Iris Zachary appointed Fellow of American Medical Informatics Association

Iris Zachary

May 20, 2024

Iris Zachary, Missouri Cancer Registry and Research Center director and associate research professor in the Department of Public Health at the University of Missouri, has been selected for induction as a Fellow of the American Medical Informatics Association (FAMIA).

Zachary is among 84 new fellows selected to join the community of more than 500 FAMIA inductees. She will formally be inducted into FAMIA during the association’s 2024 Clinical Informatics Conference in Minneapolis on May 22-23.

The American Medical Informatics Association is the leading association for informatics professionals with more than 5,500 members from more than 65 countries. The AMIA helps assess the effect of health innovations on health policy and advance the field of informatics.

The Missouri Cancer Registry and Research Center cancer surveillance team curates and analyzes cancer incidence across the state, with the registry serving as a local and national resource for population-based studies including causes, treatments and outcomes in patients with cancer.

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