Sarah Rosenthal is a Research Assistant at the Center of Clinical Informatics and Improvement Research (CLIIR). Sarah holds a bachelor's degree from Rice University in Political Science with a concentration in health policy. Before coming to UCSF, she worked in a bioinformatics lab at Stanford University where she used survey data to determine the effects of different cancer therapies on patients' wellbeing. At UCSF, Sarah looks forward to supporting CLIIR's ongoing research and to deepening her knowledge of health informatics and how it informs policy. In her free time, she enjoys hiking with her dogs and finding new recipes to cook.