Eileen Weinheimer-Haus is a Senior Project Manager in the Department of Learning Health Sciences. She has been a project manager with Akbar K. Waljee, MD, MSc for the past several years and is involved in the development and execution of programs and projects related to using Big Data and novel machine-learning analytical tools to guide precision and population health, with a particular focus on resource-constrained settings. Eileen currently serves as the U-M Program Management lead for UtiliZing health Information for Meaningful impact in East Africa through Data Science (UZIMA-DS), an NIH U54 Research Hub which Dr. Waljee Co-Leads with the Aga Khan University in Nairobi, Kenya. She also works closely with Dr. Waljee on several projects in the VA Center for Clinical Management Research.
Prior to joining the University of Michigan, she spent time in academia and industry in the areas of nutrition, exercise, metabolism, and aging. These experiences fostered proficiencies in project management in health-related fields, include experimental design and study execution, management of large studies and data sets, and scientific writing. Eileen holds a PhD in Nutrition Science, a MS in Exercise Physiology, and is Registered Dietitian Nutritionist.
Personally, she is passionate about improving the overall health and wellness of people. She is always eager to expand her knowledge of new research avenues and thoroughly enjoys involvement in all aspects of the scientific process.
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