Feinstein Fellowship Alumni Spotlight: Callum Harding

The Jewish Healthcare Foundation's Fellowship Alumni Spotlight series showcases some of the many incredible alumni of the Feinstein Fellowships.

Callum Harding is a Data Engineer at Holmusk where he works to aggregate, standardize, and enrich mental and behavioral health real world data. He is also an OHDSI collaborator (Observational Health Data Sciences and Informatics) and is working to standardize healthcare data globally within the open-source community. Harding is a Salk Health Activist Fellowship & Patient Safety Challenge Fellowship alumni and the winner of the 2023 Health Care Redesign Expo competition. He received his bachelor's degree from the University of Pittsburgh in bioinformatics and chemistry in 2021. Throughout his time in the fellowships, Harding has gained a better understanding of how policy is an influential medium to correctly fix systemic issues in the public health space as well as the size of the impact patient safety problems have on the healthcare system.

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