Farrah Darbouze, CRN COTR is a Public Health Analyst with the Strategic Initiatives Branch of the Technical Strategy and Operations Division in the Office Technology at the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC). She is currently serving as the ONC Lead for the Coordinated Registries Network that is a PCOR Trust Fund (PCORTF) project lead by the Food & Drug Administration that also includes partnerships with the National Library of Medicine and the Agency for Health Research and Quality. She has spent most of her career in cancer-prevention and the public health field. Farrah has been with ONC for 7 years and previously has served as a Health Communications Research Fellow with the National Cancer Institute. She has also worked in the Government Relations Department of the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists. She has been trained in public health at George Washington University. Farrah has co-authored research on the Current Smoking Policies in LGBT Bars and Restaurants. Additionally, she has presented to AMIA on the Structured Data Capture Initiative, a previous PCORTF ONC-lead project. She earned her bachelor’s degree from Wesleyan University in Middletown, CT.