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


The Public deserves Disease Surveillance - Why PathCheck's President pivoted from MTV to launching platforms that protect health

In 2006, I was working on the set of Nick Cannon’s Wild n’ Out for MTV.  I was responsible for set dressing and props, which on that show meant anything from making pavé gavels for Katt Williams’ Judge Mo Dollas sketches, to a roll of toilet paper...

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

The Global Health Innovators Seminar #18 - Dr. Fergus Imrie

This blog is the summary of the talk given by Dr. Fergus Imrie (University of California, Los Angeles - UCLA), on self-supervised learning of ‘omics’, at the Pathcheck/DICE Global Health Innovators Seminar.

How Public Health Can Build Trust with Citizens in Two Words

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to wane, the world’s leaders in global health have one question top of mind: how to rebuild trust between public health agencies and citizens?  In fact, this poll indicates that only 52% of Americans trust the CDC,...

The Global Health Innovators Seminar – Dr. James M Wilson - A quick recap of ep #17

This blog is the high-level summary of the talk given by Dr. James M Wilson, CEO and Founder of M2 Medical Intelligence, Inc. at the PathCheck DICE Global Health Innovators seminar. Check out to know more about...

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...

The Global Health Innovators Seminar — Dr. Nuria Oliver — A quick recap of ep #16

This article is a  summary of  Dr. Oliver’s talk on Data Science and Computational Models for public health, and why we should interconnect them with data stakeholders (policymakers, healthcare workers, etc) in a pandemic.  Link to the talk:...