The OSIRIS project is delighted to introduce Dr. Nicholas De Vito, postdoctoral researcher at the Bennett Institute for Applied Data Science working on topics in health policy, transparency, research integrity, and open science.

The Bennett Institute for Applied Data Science at Oxford is a mixed team of software developers, clinicians and traditional academic researchers, all pooling skills and knowledge to advance a range of topics, including innovative informatics methods; variation in clinical care; behavior change; research integrity; policy analysis; and more.

Dr. De Vito’s work focuses on Research Integrity, a topic he has been passionate about since his time as an undergraduate. Prior to joining the Bennett Institute he worked at the Columbia University’s Center on Medicine as a Profession in New York studying the impact of the Physician Payments Sunshine Act. He also has experience working in and with the pharmaceutical industry. He completed his undergraduate degree at Cornell University and his MPH in Health Policy and Administration at the Yale School of Public Health. Nick is especially interested in thinking about ways to mix the qualitative and quantitative in order to deliver comprehensive and compelling results.

Enjoy getting to know Dr. Nicholas De Vito! You can also meet our other Consortium members via the OSIRIS website or Youtube channel!