ACMI Fellows

Year Elected:
2012

Iain has been disseminating innovations in Biomedical Informatics for more than 20 years. First distribution of Arcus statistical software in 1988 marked the start of sustained outputs of software, a thesis, new types of learning resources and new computational approaches to Clinical...

Year Elected:
1985
Year Elected:
2010

Dr. Buetow received his Bachelors degree in Biology from Indiana University, and Masters and PhD degrees in Human Genetics from the University of Pittsburgh. He undertook postdoctoral training in Genetics at Fox Chase Cancer Center. He stayed on at Fox Chase, working in cancer genetics, and...

Year Elected:
2009

Dr Butte received his Bachelor of Computer Science degree and MD from Brown University, and completed his residency in Pediatrics and Fellowship in Pediatric Endocrinology, both at Children's Hospital Boston. He later matriculated at MIT where he received a Masters degree in Medical Informatics...

Year Elected:
1984
Year Elected:
2012

Dr.  Campbell has been a consistent contributor for over 30 years at the national and international level in the area of medical terminology evaluation, and real-life implementations of EMRs, which he has helped to enhance for his institution’s use and more broadly for the country. He has been...

Year Elected:
2000

Keith Campbell is Chief Technology Officer for Inoveon Corporation in Sunnyvale, California. He is also Assistant Adjunct Professor in the Medical Information Sciences Graduate Group at the University of San Francisco (UCSF) of Biopharmaceutical Sciences. He received a BA degree magna cum laude...

Year Elected:
2001

Dr. Albright is Director of Genetic Epidemiology, a division of the Medical Informatics Department at the University of Utah. Professor Albright also founded the Genetic Research Group at Intermountain Healthcare, Inc. in 1995, and has served as its director since its inception. She received an...

Year Elected:
2012

Dr. Case was instrumental in enhancing clinical data standards (HL7, LOINC, SNOMED CT) to meet the needs of animal health laboratories, thereby establishing a foundation for animal and human health information exchange.  He helped to provide the motivation, training, and practical tools that...

Year Elected:
2004

Betty Chang earned a BS and MA in nursing from Columbia University’s Teachers’ College in 1961 and then worked as an academic nursing educator for 16 years, first at Queens College in New York and subsequently at San Francisco State University. While on the SF State faculty in the 1970s, she...

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