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Current affiliation: Department of Biomedical Informatics, Vanderbilt University
Education: BS, Dickinson College, Pennsylvania; MS, Stanford University, MD, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
My particular area of interest has been thinking about medication management and ways that we can improve the safety of medication delivery in our patients, especially in children ...
Current affiliation: University of California, San Francisco
Education: Stanford University, MD, PhD in Medical Informatics, Stanford University, Palo Alto, Calif.
I apply computer science to how patients and doctors make medical decisions.
Education: Case Institute of Technology, BS (Engineering), 1969; University of Arizona, MD, 1979; University of Arizona, School of Business and Management Information Systems, PhD, 1994.
Education: Stanford, BS (1979); Johns Hopkins, MD (1983); Harvard School of Public Health, MPH in Health Policy and Management (1988)
I work on using computers to improve the quality, safety and efficiency of medical care ...
Education: BA, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio; MSSA, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio
I use data from the electronic medical record to help researchers evaluate treatments and understand diseases and conditions.
Education: PhD University of Arizona Nursing Informatics/Systems, 2008. MSN University of Pennsylvania Nursing Pediatrics/Critical Care, 1994. BSN Arizona State University Nursing, 1988.
I teach nursing students who are interested in advanced practice how to incorporate technology into their practice..
Education: Harvard AB (not BA!) in Biochemistry & Molecular Biology, 1983. Stanford PhD in Medical Information Sciences, 1989. Stanford MD, 1990.
I would like to see the human genome used routinely in medical care, both for diagnostic purposes, treatment and prognosis.
Education: BA, Central Michigan University; MA in Library and Information Science, University of Missouri, Columbia, MO; MA in Journalism, University of Missouri, Columbia, MO; Graduate Certificate in the Business of Medicine, Carey Business School, Johns Hopkins University; currently a doctoral student in health informatics at the MU Informatics Institute, University of Missouri, Columbia, MO
currently a doctoral student in health informatics at the MU Informatics Institute, University of Missouri, Columbia, MO