Bushra Anjum, Ph.D., is a health IT data specialist currently serving as the Director of Data Science & Analytics for a San Francisco based health tech firm Doximity. She leads a team of analysts, scientists, and engineers to create HIPAA secure data-driven tools for over 1.8 million USA clinicians.
Dr. Anjum has expertise in statistical analysis, predictive modeling, distributed systems engineering, and distributed data processing. She combines her analytics and engineering background to spearhead and execute user-centric data products, enabling organizational business goals. Prior, she worked for Amazon architecting large-scale distributed services supporting Prime membership in global marketplaces.
A keen enthusiast of promoting diversity in the STEM fields, her other volunteer activities involve being a senior editor for ACM Ubiquity and the Standing Committee’s Chair for ACM-Women. She has been recognized by Tribune as a Top 20 under 40 Professional for career excellence with a deep commitment to community service. She has been nominated as the Volunteer Woman of the Year 2021 by SLO County Commission on the Status of Women and Girls. Dr. Anjum received her Ph.D. in Computer Science at North Carolina State University in 2012.