Yentram (Tram) Huyen, Ph.D., is the director of innovation for the All of Us Research Program through Covalent Solutions, LLC, overseeing the Office of Innovation. She is a multidisciplinary scientist and advocate of game-changing solutions who has extensive experience in laboratory sciences, computational biology, and bioinformatics. Her experience in health care and life sciences (HLS) industry leadership and business innovation includes more than 18 years of directing multidisciplinary teams and engaging with key collaborators and C-suite leaders within U.S. federal and international government agencies, academia, and the private and nonprofit sectors. Before joining All of Us, Tram was responsible for leading interdisciplinary teams to engage with customers and business units (from public policy, research and development, and sales to standards activities) within Intel to transform the HLS sector by deploying solutions that accelerate analytics and enable scalable and secure data sharing. Before joining Intel, she was chief of the Bioinformatics Branch at the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, where she spearheaded transformative product and technology solutions that garnered her organization government recognition as a trendsetter at the forefront of biomedical research and scientific discovery. Tram has a Ph.D. in cell and molecular biology from the University of Pennsylvania’s School of Medicine and a B.S. in biology from The George Washington University.