ACMI Fellows

Year Elected:
2014

Dr. Athey was Principal Investigator of one of the first 7 NIH National Centers for Biomedical Computing, the National Center for Integrative Biomedical Informatics (NCIBI) (2005-2012).  He is co-founder since 2013 of the tranSMART Foundation; the tranSMART code base is a platform for...

Year Elected:
1998

Dr. Balas received a masters degree in applied mathematics from Eotvos University of Sciences in Budapest, his M.D. degree from Semmelweis University of Medicine also in Budapest, and a Ph.D. in Medical Informatics from the University of Utah. At the time of election to the College he was an...

Year Elected:
1984

Marion Ball Director Of Computing at Temple University health science Center A 1961 graduate in mathematics from the University of Kentucky and received her MA in mathematics from the University of Kentucky in 1965 and Doctorate in Medical Education from Temple university in 1978. She taught...

Year Elected:
1984
Year Elected:
2000

David Bates is Chief, Division of General Medicine at Brigham and Women's Hospital, and Medical Director, Clinical and Quality Analysis at Partners HealthCare System, Inc. He is also an Associate Professor in Medicine at Harvard Medical School and has a joint appointment at Harvard School of...

Year Elected:
1984
Deceased: 2012

Born November 23, 1923, graduated Phillips Academy Andover, 1942. MD, College of Physicians and Surgeons, Columbia University, 1947. Clinical Professor Pediatrics, Columbia University Medical Center until 1975. First director, medical data processing at Columbia and pioneer in field. President,...

Year Elected:
1990
Deceased: 2005
Year Elected:
2006

Dr. Becich received his bachelor’s, MD, and PhD degrees from Northwestern University, and undertook residency and fellowship training in anatomic pathology at Washington University in St. Louis. He advanced through the academic ranks at the...

Year Elected:
1990

J. Robert Beck is Professor of Pathology and Director of the Biomedical Information Communication Center at the Oregon Health Sciences University. He has contributed original research to several areas of medical informatics including clinical decision making, stochastic modeling of medical...

Year Elected:
2007

Doug received his bachelors degree in biochemistry from Case Western and his MD from Harvard. After an internship at Mount Auburn Hospital in Cambridge, he undertook a medical informatics fellowship in the Harvard-MIT graduate training program, followed by an internal medicine residency at...

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