Sue Dubman MA, BA
University of California San Francisco Breast Cancer Center
Ms. Dubman is the Director for IT and Informatics at the University of California San Francisco Breast Cancer Center. Here, she is working as part of a multi-disciplinary team to change how research is done, how care is provided and how patients and providers interact with the health care system. Diagnosed with Parkinson’s in 2009, Ms. Dubman became a member of the Davis Phinney Foundation’s Science Advisory Board because of her aim to improve delivery of clinical care and research. After graduating with a bachelors of the arts and masters of the arts from the University of Missouri and completing work towards her PhD at Brown University, Ms. Dubman began work in R&D informatics. She served as a Senior Director of Sanofi R&D, as a Director at NCI Informatics Initiatives and as a Vice President and Chief Information Officer at two biopharma companies. Ms. Dubman and her teams have been the recipients of many awards and honors, including NCI’s Scientific Achievement Merit Award, the Service to America Medal in the Science category and the CIO-100 Award for innovation. She is an Assistant State Coordinator of the Parkinson’s Action Network, patient participant in the CAMD consortium, a graduate of the Parkinson’s Disease Foundation’s Clinical Research Learning Institute and a member of the Patient Outreach Committee for the Michael J. Fox Foundation.
- Science Advisory Board