Faces of AMIA
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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
Education: Doctor of Medicine, Temple University Medical School, Philadelphia, PA; Fellow, American College of Physicians
It is my hope that I can impact how healthcare records can be used to find a variety of innovative insights to further medicine development.
Degrees: PhD, Stanford University, MS in Computer Science, University of Texas, and BS in Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Kansas
I bridge the gap between health and technology to help patients better manage their health.
Vanderbilt University Medical Center
I grew up with the field of biomedical informatics; my aim is to change the nature of health and health care.