- School of Informatics, Computing, and Engineering
- IU Bloomington
David Wild is a researcher, practitioner, educator and author in data science, biomedical research and crisis technologies. He is Professor in the Luddy School of Informatics, Computing and Engineering at Indiana University. There he has founded and directed research initiatives and educational programs including the Integrative Data Science Laboratory (IDSL), the IU Data Science Program, the IU Cheminformatics PhD Program, and most recently the Crisis Technologies Innovation Lab (CTIL). He is co-founder and President of Data2Discovery Inc., a company solving complex problems with an advanced stack of scalable graph technologies, AI and machine learning, and is a Board Member of Disaster Tech, which provides a full-stack analytics platform for disaster responders. His current research interests include crisis technologies, digital resilience, integrative data science, data privacy, security and ethics, and biomedical data science. He recently authored The Personal Digital Resilience Handbook and launched the companion podcast The Digital Resilience Show. He has over 100 research publications, and is founding editor of the Journal of Cheminformatics. He has been PI or CoPI on over $15m in funding. He is a certified Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) and is trained in Emergency Management.