I had the wonderful opportunity to participate in today’s Health Technology Symposium: Health Ethics at the Intersection of Data and Technology being orchestrated by the Carolina Health Informatics Program (CHIP). If you are not familiar with CHIP, you should be — it is a very unique interdisciplinary research and training program focusing on health informatics research, data sharing, development, and education. The program draws faculty, health care professionals, and students from across the UNC campus to conduct basic and translational research and to offer graduate training in health informatics for scientists across the disciplines and for clinicians in medicine, nursing, public health, dentistry, and pharmacy. I’m fortunate to be able to serve on their Health IT Advisory Board, and always enjoy hearing about the tremendous work they do. See their Twitter feed for examples of their activities.