Year Entered MCW: 2021
Previous Education: MS, Public Health with a concentration of Biostatistics, University of Puerto Rico
Carlos Litovich completed a Master’s in Public Health with a concentration of Biostatistics from the University of Puerto Rico. Since 2017, Carlos has worked at the Center for International Blood and Marrow Transplant Research, a collaboration between the Medical College of Wisconsin and The National Marrow Donor Program. For almost three years, Carlos served as the biostatistician for the Lymphoma Working Committee, providing statistical support to numerous studies leveraging the CIBMTR registry to produce research that improves access and outcomes of patients receiving cellular therapies. In 2019, Carlos transitioned to managing the Cellular Immunotherapy Data Resource. The CIDR is part of the NCI’s Cancer Moonshot initiative to accelerate cancer research, under the Immuno-Oncology Translational Network. Carlos is passionate about innovation that drives cancer research closer to diminishing the impact of social determinants of health and other economic and socioecological factors in patient outcomes.