Paul Dagum, MD, PhD is a computer scientist, physician and entrepreneur with a track record of creating and launching products in three successful venture-backed companies. Dr. Dagum’s early pioneering research in dynamic Bayesian networks is in use in many modern day applications. He further developed and patented massively scalable algorithms for big data science in use by the world’s largest data companies, and created and patented the first ever digital measures of central nervous system function based on human-computer interaction patterns. Dr. Dagum led NSF and NIH grants while at Stanford University, published over 75 peer-review articles and book chapters in computer science and medicine, and was awarded over 25 patents. Dr. Dagum received an MSc in theoretical physics, PhD in theoretical computer science both from the University of Toronto and an MD from Stanford University.