Huiwen Xu, Ph.D. is a Research Assistant Professor in the Department of Surgery, Cancer Control at University of Rochester Medical Center. He received his PhD in Health Services Research and Policy with Data Science training from University of Rochester. Dr. Xu’s research focuses on long-term care, cancer outcomes, health disparities, and data sciences with large medical claims and clinical trials data. So far, Dr. Xu coauthored 25 peer-reviewed articles, including leading medical journals like JAMA Oncology, Medical Care, JAMDA, and JAGS; he also coauthored 60 scientific abstracts and actively presented his work at national and international conferences. He is a SAS certified programmer with 3 certifications (Basic, Advanced, and Statistical Business Analyst) and cofounded the Rochester Data Science Society in 2016. Dr. Xu currently serves on the Executive Committee of AcademyHealth Methods and Data Council and Board of Directors of China Health Policy and Management Society (CHPAMS). He has served the Advisory Committee of AcademyHealth LTSS Interest Group during 2017-2019. He is an Associate Editor of BMC Health Services Research and also serves as an ad hoc reviewer for over 10 scientific journals such as JAMA Network Open. Dr. Xu received several awards, including the Best Poster Award from Denver Post-Acute Care Conference, Student Volunteer Award from AcademyHealth LTSS Interest Group, and Travel Fellowship from CHPAMS.