Dr. Rosen-Zvi is the Director for Health Informatics at IBM Research. She also heads the Health Informatics Department at IBM Research, Haifa. She holds a PhD in Physics and submitted her thesis entitled “Learning from examples in complex networks” in 2002. In the three years that followed she conducted postdoctoral studies in the area of Machine Learning in UC Berkeley, UC Irvine and the Hebrew University; In the summer of 2005 she joined IBM Research in Haifa. She has contributed to and led a number of multidisciplinary projects where physicians, data scientists and experts from pharmaceutical companies joined forces to analyze post launch patients data. She published close to 40 peer-reviewed papers and co-chaired a dozen workshops in the area of machine learning and health informatics. She gave talks at numerous forums, gave taught course at TLV University about probabilistic graphical models and its value in the world of medicine and nowadays teach a course at the Hebrew University about Real World Evidence. She serves on various program committees and serves as the Israeli co-representative at the COST action of the European Network for cost containment and improved quality of health care.