Pedro Pereira Rodrigues holds a PhD (2010) in Computer Science from the Faculty of Sciences of the University of Porto (FCUP), and is currently an assistant professor in the Department of Community Medicine, Information and Health Decision Sciences of the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Porto (FMUP), where he has been teaching since 2008. With a parallel course of research (several research grants, including an FCT grant for his PhD) and teaching (teaching assistant, assistant and invited professor at FCUP and FMUP) since 2003, is the current coordinator of the Biostatistics and Intelligent Data Analysis (BioData) group of the Center for Research in Technology and Health Services (CINTESIS). Having participated in several national and international projects (some as Core CV), he is currently the coordinator at CINTESIS of the NanoSTIMA project (funded by NORTE2020), whose funding for the unit is over €1.1M, leading the research line dedicated to Health Data Analysis and Decision. His research and international collaboration led him to publish more than 70 articles in journals and indexed journals, conducting more than 100 scientific communications, as well as coordinating the scientific review team of various international events in the areas of data science (e.g. ECMLPKDD 2015) and medical informatics (e.g. CBMS 2013, 2015, 2017), having been appointed Steering Committee Chair of the Computer-Based Medical Systems conference since 2016. He is frequently invited as a speaker in international health data science panels (most recently in DSSV 2017) and is currently the rapporteur of the sub-theme Digital Health and Medical Technologies of FCT Health Agenda. Having reviewed more than 300 articles for top journals and conferences, he also regularly serves as a project reviewer for the National Science Center in Poland. Regent of more than 40 editions of curricular units (at FMUP, Porto Business School and IPLeiria) in clinical decision support systems, medical informatics, data science, biostatistics, and research methodology, supervises 10 PhD students (in digital health and clinical research) and 5 master's degree (24 finished dissertations), having participated in more than 50 master's and doctoral juries. He was been the director of the postgraduate course in Informatics in Health and has been a member of the scientific committee of the Master in Medical Informatics of FMUP since 2012. Most recently, led the proposal to create the doctoral program in Health Data Science, already approved by the Senate of the University of Porto.