CJ Hameed is a biomedical informatician with diverse experience in healthcare, spanning from patient
care, academia, clinical research and informatics.
At Pfizer, he is leading several patient centric initiatives to utilize real world data (RWD) for end-to-end
development for real world evidence (RWE) generation. In his earlier work, he was leading the
Informatics initiative at the Quantitative Medicine and Neuroscience Research Unit and, later, steered
the development of interoperable drug discovery & analytics platforms for real world and clinical trial
studies at Digital Medicine group and Pfizer Innovative Research (PfIRe) Lab. Also, leading several
outcomes based European Innovative Medicine Initiatives (IMI) projects and patient technology lead for
Prior to joining Pfizer, CJ led several clinical & informatics initiatives including multi-specialty evidence-
based knowledgebase systems in partnership with several international healthcare organizations. He
also held several academic positions in the past and currently teaches at Northeastern University,
CJ holds a master's degree in health informatics from Northeastern University and a medical degree
from Dow University of Health Sciences. He is a HIMSS – Health Information Management System
Society & American Medical Informatics Association (AMIA) fellow.