Tommy Wang

Tommy Wang, PhD is a healthcare and organizational economist who was most recently a program officer at the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation.  At the Moore Foundation, he led the technology strategy within the Diagnostic Excellence Initiative and focused thematically on challenges in clinical machine learning development and application related to data quality, access, and diversity; model transparency and validation; and evaluation of model predictions’ impact on patient outcomes. 

Prior to the Moore Foundation, Tommy held leadership roles at various Bay Area healthcare analytics start-ups, where he worked closely with data science, engineering, clinical, and commercial teams. He also served as technical lead on research projects at Stanford’s Clinical Excellence Research Center and MIT Sloan’s Program on Innovation in Markets and Organizations. Tommy obtained a B.S. from MIT in economics and a Ph.D. from Harvard University in economics.