UA Surgeon Takes on 'Medjacking'

Dr. David G. Armstrong, a professor in the University of Arizona Department of Surgery and a member of the BIO5 Institute, is joining forces with the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, the U.S. National Security Council, NASA and other government agencies and industry leaders to create strategies to keep the world safe from medjacking. The UA is well-represented on the committee with the inclusion of Hsinchun Chen, a UA Regents' Professor and the Thomas R. Brown Chair of Management and Technology in the UA Eller College of Management, who also is director of the UA Artificial Intelligence Lab.