DIMACS Working Group on Privacy / Confidentiality of Health Data

December 10 - 12, 2003
DIMACS Center, CoRE Building, Rutgers University, Piscataway, NJ

Rakesh Agrawal, IBM Almaden, ragrawal@acm.org
Larry Cox, CDC, lcox@cdc.gov
Joe Fred Gonzalez, CDC, jfg2@cdc.gov, chair
Harry Guess, University of North Carolina, harry_guess@unc.com
Tomas Sander, HP Labs, tosander@exch.hpl.hp.com
Presented under the auspices of the Special Focus on Communication Security and Information Privacy and
Special Focus on Computational and Mathematical Epidemiology.

Subgroup meeting DIMACS Working Group on Data De-Identification, Combinatorial Optimization, Graph Theory, and the Stat/OR Interface.

This working group is by invitation only.

Participants in the Working Group on Privacy / Confidentiality of Health Data
James AbelloDIMACS
Nabil Adam Rutgers University
Rakesh AgrawalIBM ALmaden
Daniel Barth-Jones Wayne State University
Judy Beach Quintiles
Michael Cook Merck Research Laboratories
Lawrence H. Cox CDC
K. Arnold Chan Harvard
Guido Consonni DIMACS
William De Veaux Williams College
Giovanni DiCrescenzo Telcordia
Tyrone W. Grandison IBM
Jaime GomezjuradoSemandex
Joe Fred Gonzalez CDC
Harry Guess University of North Carolina
Syed HaqueUniversity of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey
Tom Jacob University of North Texas
Mel Janowitz DIMACS, Rutgers University
Oliver Johnson Merck
Myron Katzoff CDC
Jay J. Kim CDC
Brenda Latka DIMACS, Rutgers University
Brian Neil Levine University of Massachusetts
David Madigan Rutgers
David OzonoffBoston University
Benny Pinkas HP Labs
Alex Pogel New Mexico State University
S. Raj Rajagopalan Telcordia
Fred Roberts DIMACS, Rutgers University
Barry RobsonIBM
Alberto Roverato DIMACS
Tomas Sander HP Labs
Gary Smith University of Pennsylvania
Walter Straus Merck Research Laboratories
Hiran Subramaniam Stevens Institute
Rebecca N. Wright Stevens Institute
Zhiqiang Yang Stevens Institute

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