ACMI Fellows

Year Elected:
2018

Dr. Collins is an informatician, scientist, and critical care nurse active in informatics research with a focus on data modeling, CDS, patient safety, and data science. The primary outcome of her work is innovative tools to improve patient safety and prevent patient harm and avoidable deaths in...

Year Elected:
1991
Year Elected:
2001

Ted Cooper is the National Director of Confidentiality and Security at Kaiser Permanente. He is also an Associate Clinical Professor of Ophthalmology at the Stanford University School of Medicine. He received a BA and MD from George Washington University and completed a residency in...

Year Elected:
1994
Year Elected:
2006

Dr. Corrigan received her bachelor’s degree in social services from Syracuse, an MBA from the University of Rochester, and a master’s degree in industrial and operations engineering and a PhD in health services organization and policy from the University of Michigan. She served with the...

Year Elected:
1988

Roger A. Cote has been active in medical informatics since 1964 when he began the development of one of the first computerized clinical laboratory projects at the Boston Veterans Administration Hospital. Later he played a key role in the development of the University of Sherbrooke hospital...

Year Elected:
2003

Professor Covvey is well known to the AMIA community, both from his work on key committees and from his frequent contributions to the tutorial and scientific programs. Immersed in our field since his early days at the University of Toronto more than 30 years ago, Dominic Covvey has spent time in...

Year Elected:
1984

Jerry Cox is Professor in the departments of Electrical Engineering and of Computer Science in the School of Engineering at Washington University. From 1964 to 1975 he was Founder and Director of the Biomedical Computer Laboratory (BCL) at the Washington University School of Medicine. A 1947...

Year Elected:
2010

Dr. Crowley received her Bachelors degree in Biology from Swarthmore, and her MD degree from the University of Pittsburgh. She undertook postgraduate in Pathology with specialization in Neuropathology at Stanford, then returned to Pittsburgh where she undertook both a residency in Pathology and...

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