Atousa Salehi, M.D. is a board certified Emergency Physician and a Fellow of The American College of Emergency Physicians. She received her medical degree from Oregon Health & Science University School of Medicine and completed her Emergency Medicine residency at Denver Health Residency program. Atousa is passionate about the role of big data in shaping our future scientific inquiries, building better predictive models in healthcare and transforming Medicine. She has worked at Overlake Medical Center since 1998 in both clinical and leadership roles and is a part time clinical faculty at the Puget sound VA Health care system. She is an alumni member of Washington Women’s Foundation and has served on the Pooled Fund Grant and Site Visit Committees. She is currently serving as an advisory board member to Vitus Research and Evaluation. Outside of clinical practice, Atousa enjoys reading about black holes, ripples in space-time, and the many mysteries of the cosmos. She loves traveling, scuba diving and exploring the beautiful San Juan Islands with her family and her dog Lucca.