PathCheck Team

Welcoming New DICE Chair, Dr. Bouchra Nasri

We are pleased to announce the appointment of Bouchra Nasri, Ph.D. as chair of PathCheck's Data Informatics Center for Epidemiology (DICE). As chair, Dr. Nasri will be focused on building DICE's data research to inform open source, digital solutions...

Nosh: Nostr and Sharing Health Data

Today, if you want to share your electronic medical records (EMRs) with different doctors or healthcare systems, either domestically or internationally, you have to log in to a portal, download your data and then send it to them either through...

Healthcare CEO Joins PathCheck’s Board of Directors

  PathCheck Foundation announces the election of Kristen Valdes, Founder and CEO of b.well Connected Health to its Board of Directors.

PathCheck Foundation Announces Creation of New flagship Mobile Application

  PathCheck Foundation is pleased to announce the development of its new flagship application to support novel disease surveillance.

The Institute for Technology & Global Health hosts Inaugural Event

The inaugural Change.Enabled conference, hosted by the Institute for Technology & Global Health at PathCheck Foundation, took place last Friday, June 24th in New York City. The theme for this year's event was “Global Health and the Innovation...

People of PathCheck: Rohan Sukumaran

Rohan Sukumaran has been with the PathCheck Foundation from the very early days. From driving winning competitions to launching the Data Informatics Center for Epidemiology research center - there isn’t a lot that Rohan hasn’t done. 

PathCheck Foundation celebrates two years of nonprofit leadership in open source technology


People of PathCheck: Emma Mohammed

One word describes this volunteers experience at PathCheck: Architect

People of PathCheck: Imane Chafi

Project Management, Software Engineering, and Architecture - How they all came together at PathCheck for Imane Chafi

PathCheck's Take: Ten ways to spend President Biden's $81.7B proposal to prepare for future pandemics

Last Monday, President Biden sent a new budget request to Congress that included proposed spending of $81.7B over the next five years to prepare for future pandemics. Funding for future pandemics is critical. We are remiss if we do not take this...