Shannon Silkensen, Ph.D.
As NCI’s scientific IT engagement officer, I not only identify how technology can help augment the work of NCI staff but also lead return-to-work and continuity of operations activities. I also host the CBIIT summer internship program, which gives undergraduates an opportunity to see how NCI drives discovery through data science, informatics, and IT.
From Potential to Practice: How Accelerating Access to HPV Tests and Screen and Treat Programmes Can Help Eliminate Cervical Cancer. Family Medicine Community Health, 2019.
Is It Time to Move Beyond Visual Inspection With Acetic Acid for Cervical Cancer Screening? Global Health: Science Practice, 2018.
Global Health Pathology Research: Purpose and Funding. Clinics in Laboratory Medicine, 2018.
In the News
In the NewsNCI’s Center for Biomedical Informatics and Information Technology (CBIIT) invites college students to join CBIIT for an 8–12 week paid internship opportunity in Summer 2022.Staff from the National Cancer Institute's (NCI) Center for Biomedical Informatics and Information Technology (CBIIT) provide scientific and business-related reading recommendations they have found to be inspiring or useful throughout their careers.
- Ph.D., Molecular Cancer Biology, Duke University
- B.S., Chemistry and Biological Sciences, Carnegie Mellon University
- Emerging Leader, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
- 2020 NCI Director’s Award, Inaugural Class of NCI IT Ambassadors