Dana Rollison, Ph.D., is Vice President/Chief Health Information Officer at Moffitt Cancer Center.
Dr. Rollison obtained her undergraduate degree in biology from the University of Miami and completed her master's, doctoral and postdoctoral training in cancer epidemiology at the Johns Hopkins University. She joined the Moffitt Cancer Center research faculty as an assistant professor in the Cancer Epidemiology Program in 2004 and was promoted to associate professor with tenure in 2010. Dr. Rollison’s research focuses primarily on the role of viral infections in cancer etiology and on the epidemiology of cutaneous and hematologic malignancies. From 2005 to 2010, she served as scientific director of Moffitt's Cancer Registry, facilitating the use of Cancer Registry data for research and augmenting its value through linkage to other data captured electronically as part of Moffitt's Total Cancer Care® initiative.
In 2010, Dr. Rollison assumed the role of Vice President, Chief Health Information Officer, providing executive vision and strategic leadership to develop leading-edge information resources through Moffitt’s enterprise wide data warehouse, the Health and Research Informatics (HRI) Platform, and overseeing departments responsible for acquiring, curating and provisioning data in support of research, operational efficiency and clinical guidelines development.