With $300K, Johns Hopkins team to create drug supply dashboard

Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg Center recently awarded a team of researchers $300,000 to aid them in a "first-of-its-kind" drug supply chain dashboard. 

On May 21, the Washington, D.C.-based college announced $15 million in funding for 40 projects. One of the winning projects is "The Johns Hopkins Drug Supply Chain Data Dashboard: Improving Data Transparency and Increasing Resiliency in the U.S. Pharmaceutical Supply Chain."

The dashboard "will provide timely insights to tackle drug shortages and supply chain disruptions," according to Tinglong Dai, PhD, a Johns Hopkins professor of operations management and business analytics who is part of the research team.

"Using AI/LLMs and data integration techniques, our interdisciplinary team will deliver this tool to support informed public health policy at the dynamic [Bloomberg Center], near key global decision-making hubs," Dr. Dai said May 23 on X.

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