Dr. Jay G. Ronquillo is an NIH Data and Technology Advancement (DATA) Scholar working on multiple NCI Cancer Research Data Commons Program projects, such as the Cancer Data Aggregator. Before joining CBIIT, Dr. Ronquillo worked as a research investigator at NIH and a medical officer at the Office of the National Health Coordinator for Health Information and Technology (ONC). He also taught informatics to medical students as part of the informatics faculty at Western Michigan University Homer Stryker M.D. School of Medicine, and he practiced biomedical informatics in both industry and the non-profit sector.
Dr. Ronquillo received his Bachelor of Science and Master of Engineering in electrical/computer engineering from Cornell University. He went on to receive a Doctor of Medicine from Virginia Commonwealth University’s School of Medicine. Dr. Ronquillo also earned a Master of Public Health in quantitative methods from the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health and a Master of Medical Sciences in biomedical informatics from Harvard Medical School. After his graduate studies, he completed a fellowship in biomedical informatics at Massachusetts General Hospital.
- NCI Cancer Research Data Commons (CRDC)
- NCI Cloud Resources
- NIH Science and Technology Research Infrastructure for Discovery, Experimentation, and Sustainability (STRIDES) Initiative
- Ronquillo, Jay G., et al. Health IT, hacking, and cybersecurity: national trends in data breaches of protected health information. JAMIA open 1.1 (2018): 15-19.
- Ronquillo, Jay G., and Diana M. Zuckerman. Software‐related recalls of health information technology and other medical devices: Implications for FDA regulation of digital health. The Milbank Quarterly 95.3 (2017): 535-553.
- Ronquillo, Jay G., William T. Lester, and Diana M. Zuckerman. Using informatics to guide public health policy during the COVID-19 pandemic in the USA. Journal of Public Health 42.4 (2020): 660-664.
- Ronquillo, Jay Geronimo, Merritt Rachel Baer, and William T. Lester. Sex-specific patterns and differences in dementia and Alzheimer’s disease using informatics approaches. Journal of women & aging 28.5 (2016): 403-411.
- Ronquillo, Jay G., Chunhua Weng, and William T. Lester. Assessing the readiness of precision medicine interoperability: an exploratory study of the National Institutes of Health Genetic Testing Registry. Journal of innovation in health informatics 24.4 (2017): 918.
- Ronquillo, Jay G., and William T. Lester. Practical Aspects of Implementing and Applying Health Care Cloud Computing Services and Informatics to Cancer Clinical Trial Data. JCO Clinical Cancer