ACMI Fellows

Year Elected:
2004

Dr. Bernd Blobel completed his doctoral training in 1976 when he earned a PhD degree from the Otto-von-Guericke University Magdeburg. He was Head of Laboratory in the area of Environment Informatics at the Institute of Hygiene and Environmental Medicine at the same university from 1974 to 1985....

Year Elected:
1984
Deceased: 1988

Marsden S. Blois, Jr., M.D., Ph.D., was a visionary in health informatics. Professor of medical information science and dermatology at the University of California, San Francisco, he worked to bring together medicine and information science. In recognition of his contributions to our field, Dr....

Year Elected:
1984
Year Elected:
1984
Year Elected:
2005

Dr. Bodenreider received his MD degree from the University of Strasbourg, France; a research degree in informatics, statistics and epidemiology; a master’s degree in computer science and another one in medical information; and a PhD in medical informatics, all from the Henri Poincare´ University...

Year Elected:
2001

Mark Boguski is Senior Vice President for Research and Development at Rosetta Inpharmatics, Inc. He received his BA in natural sciences from Johns Hopkins University and his MD and PhD in molecular biology from the University of Washington. He was a resident in anatomic pathology at Barnes,...

Year Elected:
2017

Dr. Borycki is full Professor, and an international leader in AMIA, IMIA and MedInfo. She has innovative research on healthcare information system safety that has influenced the US many countries.  Elizabeth has over 180 publications and 7 edited books. She was the first healthcare practitioner...

Year Elected:
2002

Philip Bourne is a Professor in the Department of Pharmacology at the University of California, San Diego, the Director of Integrative Biosciences at the San Diego Supercomputer Center and Co-director of the Protein Data Bank. He received a first class honors degree and a PhD in Chemistry from...

Year Elected:
2012

Since 2001, Dr. Bowles has directed an innovative program of NIH-funded informatics research which uses health information technology (HIT) to improve the care of the elderly at transitions in care. Her first R01 focused on the development and testing of a discharge decision support system to...

Year Elected:
2010

Dr. Boxwala received his MBBS doctoral degree from the University of Bombay, and after an internship matriculated to graduate training in biomedical engineering and UNC Chapel Hill, where he received Masters and PhD degrees. He relocated to Boston as a research associate at Harvard, then joined...

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