Portrait of Winnie Cui

Winnie Cui

Director of Program Management

About

I recently joined the MSR AI for Science organization as a Program Management Director. Prior to this role, I was an Outreach Director for MSR Asia, responsible for academic and industrial collaborations in the Asia Pacific region, promoting and advocating MSR’s leading-edge research capabilities to partners from universities and industry. I joined Microsoft in 2005 as a Principal Field IT Manager in Microsoft IT, where I ran the team to support business users and maintain the health of operation, to ensure field execution aligns with Corp strategies and global planning. The team created the Smart Learning series to increase business users’ applications skills which has been conducted till today and adopted by many other functional teams. Before joining Microsoft, I worked at GE Healthcare as a Global Medical IT Excellence Lead directing a team located in the US, France, India, and north Asia. I conducted my postdoctoral research at the University of Southern California Medical School/Los Angelas Children’s Hospital and have my MS and PhD degrees in the Biomedical Engineering Joint Program from the University of Memphis, University of Tennessee-Memphis, and The University of Southern California in the United States. I co-authored the chapter “Fluid Dynamics and Thrombosis” in the book “Advances in Cardiovascular Engineering” published by Springer.