Oodaye Shukla is the Chief Data Scientist at HVH Patient Precision Analytics. He has broad experience in the Telecom, Healthcare, DoD and the Intelligence Community industries for over 20 years. He started his career at the Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Lab building optical and digital computers, developing neural network models to objectively assess cataract severity. He worked in the telecom industry at Lucent Technologies and at Siemens Telecom working on semiconductor lasers and receivers, 1.6 TB/s optical long-haul systems, and having responsibility for a $20 Million product portfolio. He joined Lockheed Martin (later becoming Vencore) in 2004, managing the development of a large-scale satellite communications simulation model. He led the first efforts in finding undiagnosed rare disease patients that has led to the formation of HVH. His educational background is: BSEE from The Pennsylvania State University, MSEE (Optical Signal Processing) from The John Hopkins University, MSEE (Neural Networks) from the University of Maryland, and an MS in Technology Management from University of Pennsylvania/The Wharton School.