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StayWell brings decades of experience working across the health care industry to design solutions for improving individual and organizational health outcomes, managing the health of targeted populations, and creating brand engagement for employers and health care organizations. Applications should contain the following: The medical center provides a large volume of surgical and autopsy cases in neuropathology and ocular pathology. Improving Community Health and Health Equity Through Medical Education; nationwide learning collaborative involving 29 teams from Her research interests include operations, administration, quality improvement and patient safety. Molecular Genetic Pathology Fellowship

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Fellows participate in laboratory test development and translational research. The fellows are responsible for interactions with clinicians and other pathologists, and test interpretation as the training progresses. Fellows rotate through the human genetics clinical services and in the biochemical genetics laboratory. Hands-on experience is obtained with a broad range of molecular techniques including nucleic acid extraction, real-time PCR, reverse transcriptase PCR, cytogenetics, FISH, SNP analysis, Affymetrix microarray technology, bone marrow engraftment chimerism studies, direct Sanger sequencing and next generation sequencing for cancer and inherited disorders panels as well as whole exome sequencing.

It is aimed at those who have fulfilled a standard pathology residency and wish to specialize in hematopathology in either a community hospital or academic setting.

The fellows also evaluate surgical and cytopathology specimens with potential hematopoietic malignancy, and gain experience in the laboratory investigation of anemias, diseases of hemostasis and thrombosis, and other benign diseases of the hematopoietic system. The fellows gain experience in laboratory management through ongoing participation in quality assurance and quality control studies, instrument and procedure modifications, and projects to improve personnel utilization and patient safety.

The daily supervision of residents and medical students in the hematology laboratory is the responsibility of the fellows, and there are a variety of opportunities to participate in other teaching activities, as well as basic and clinical research studies. Surgical Pathology Fellowship This is a one-year ACGME-accredited program designed for individuals who wish to pursue intense training in Surgical Pathology in an environment that allows graduated responsibility and independent work necessary to build diagnostic confidence and maturity.

This fellowship provides the necessary training for the fellow to function upon completion as an academic pathologist with responsibilities in service, teaching, and research, or as a community-based pathologist with responsibilities primarily in service and laboratory management.

Sign-out in Surgical Pathology is subspecialized, assuring trainee interaction with faculty with expertise in specific organ system pathology. The general framework of this fellowship includes: The fellowship allows potential flexibility in the schedule, depending on the fellow's subspecialty interest e. With sufficient preparation, the fellow "mock" signs out the cases as a junior attending with the resident, handles frozen sections and consultation cases, instructs the residents in processing complex specimens.

Presentations at interdisciplinary conferences provides important correlation with clinical management consequences. Elective rotations are available in Neuropathology, Cytopathology, Molecular Pathology, or selected clinical pathology services Hematopathology, Blood Bank. The fellow is expected to participate in one of the many departmental research projects, including presentation at national meetings and peer-reviewed publication encouraged. Surgical Pathology Fellowship - The University of Florida Department of Pathology, Immunology and Laboratory Medicine offers a comprehensive one-year fellowship in surgical pathology that provides advanced and intensive training in diagnostic surgical pathology.

The non-ACGME-accredited Surgical Pathology Fellowship at the University of Florida provides fellows with the opportunity for advanced training and in-depth experience in different facets of surgical pathology with particular interest in Gastrointestinal and Liver, Genitourinary, Breast and Gynecologic pathology.

It also prepares them for a career in either academics or private practice. A large volume of surgical and consultation material provides an opportunity for the development of proficiency in the diagnosis of neoplastic and benign diseases, as well as transplant pathology. Fellows will have the opportunity for graduated sign-out responsibilities, including intraoperative consultations.

Successful fellowship candidates must be certification-eligible or certified in anatomic, or anatomic and clinical pathology, by the American Board of Pathology. Applicants are required to have passed all three steps of the United States Medical Licensing Examination. Applicant Requirements Successful fellowship candidates must be certification-eligible or certified in anatomic, or anatomic and clinical pathology, by the American Board of Pathology. Applicants are required to have passed all three , steps of the United States Medical Licensing Examination.

Applications Completed application packets must be received by December 1, , and must include a: Interviews for the fellowship will be completed by March 1, Electronic submission of fellowship application materials is preferred. Send completed packets to: David Hernandez Gonzalo, M.

Box Gainesville, FL [ ]. The program is a comprehensive one designed to provide the Fellow with a balanced exposure to the evaluation of all aspects of adult and pediatric lymph node and bone marrow pathology including morphology, immunopathology, flow cytometry, and cytogenetics and molecular techniques. Training includes clinical and laboratory evaluation of coagulation disorders as well as other aspects of Laboratory Pathology including Quality Assurance, Quality Control, and Lab Management.

The Fellow is encouraged to participate with a faculty member in an investigative project in the broad field of Hematopathology during the fellowship. The Fellow will be given progressive responsibility in signing out and participation in the teaching of medical students, residents and la boratory staff. Interested applicants, please contact Dr. Rekha Bhat, Program Director at , or email to: Please submit your application materials no later than September 15th for interview consideration.

The overall goal of this one year fellowship is to prepare trainees for a successful career in molecular pathology. At the time of completion of the fellowship, trainees will be equipped with the knowledge and skills necessary to assume the directorship of a clinical molecular pathology laboratory and to continue with a pattern of lifelong learning in this field. During the course of the program, MGP fellows will participate in the day-to-day operation of molecular genetic pathology laboratories performing and interpreting a variety of clinical tests.

Fellows entering the program as pathologists will additionally gain experience with the diagnosis, management, treatment, and counseling of patients with genetic disorders during rotations through Medical Genetics clinics, while fellows entering as medical geneticists will gain exposure to surgical pathology and autopsy pathology via a rotation through the surgical pathology service.

In addition, trainees will attend didactic sessions with the supervising Medical Staff, courses in Medical Genetics, journal clubs, and laboratory and clinical conferences. Fellows are highly encouraged and expected to perform at least one research project of their own choosing with the guidance and assistance of one or more faculty members in the Department of Pathology.

Must qualify for licensure in California. Please submit the following documents to Program Director, Dr. September 15, [ ]. Please submit application materials via email no later than September 15, to include: Cellular Therapy Fellowship This appointment will be for one 1 year. This is a training position for an aspiring pathologist in the rapidly expanding field of cellular therapy. The cellular therapy activities at HUP and CHOP cover the entire range of standard-of-care adult and pediatric bone marrow transplant, from collection to processing to infusion.

The candidate will have a wide exposure of different cGMP labs all within walking distance, learn the set up and operation of cGMP facilities, in addition to the actual manufacturing processes.

Cellular therapy is a highly regulated field. There are numerous opportunities for quality improvement projects. Didactic training, either one-on-one with a faculty or part of more formal course, is also available. The candidate is encouraged to tailor the one year program to suit individual background and needs, while still gaining enough exposure to become proficient in all areas.

Ideally, a successful candidate would leave the program feeling confident to direct a cell therapy facility. Applicants must have an M. Curriculum Vitae; Personal Statement; three potential references Inquiries and materials should be sent to: The program focuses exclusively on gynecological cytology, non-gynecological cytology, and fine needle aspiration biopsy cytology. Weekly didactic and microscopic conferences, monthly lectures, as well as a monthly journal club supplement this training.

During this period, the fellow is engaged in the examination of the cytopathologic material submitted to the services under the supervision of the attending staff. The program also includes participation in the Intraoperative Cytology Consultation Service.

Hollie P Thomas Additional Faculty: The fellowship is available to individuals who have completed training in pathology in an ACGME-accredited residency program. Step 3 is a requirement as well as eligibility for medical license in the state of Mississippi.

Once applicants have submitted their applications, they will need to send the following documents in order to be considered for a fellowship position: These letters should be addressed to: This must include dates of training and be signed by the institution's program director or chairman or training completion certificates.

The stipend is commensurate with the year of the applicant's postgraduate training. The Department currently receives a mix of adult and pediatric biopsies and complex surgical specimens, including liver transplant.

The program is enhanced by the strong clinical services in GI and liver and the well established interdisciplinary relationship with the gastroenterologists, surgeons, oncologists, radiologists and radiation oncologists. The fellow's responsibilities include slide review and preparation of reports of selected cases, presenting at interdepartmental conferences and tumor boards, and teaching and supervision of pathology residents.

The fellow will also have the opportunity to participate in GI and Liver clinical rounds, including exposure to endoscopy. The fellow will be supervised and guided by subspecialty trained attendings.

There are multiple research opportunities in both GI and liver, ranging from basic science to translational to clinical. The fellow is encouraged and expected to participate in a scholarly project during the year. Commensurate with level of post graduate training. An application form can be requested from Debrah Negron. Please send completed application form, curriculum vitae, a brief statement of professional goals and 3 letters of reference by email directly to Debrah Negron fellowship coordinator.

Letters of reference sent by email should be in PDF format with a signature. For over 17 years, we have been providing excellent materials and have instructors known for their highly personal, one-on-one teaching approach. The overall goal of this program is to develop the competencies needed to become a laboratory director in hematology.

In this Hematopathology Fellowship, trainees will be responsible for in-depth study of the principles, applications and clinical relevancy of all tests performed in our affiliated laboratories as well as those sent to reference laboratories. They will be expected to be able to interpret tests, apply quality assurance principles and become proficient in special skills such as light microscopy and flow cytometry.

In the Clinical Pathology Laboratories, Hematopathology Fellows answer front-line questions from clinicians with back-up support from the Laboratory Director. The Hematopathology Fellow participates in conferences, obtains information from, and reports diagnoses to clinical colleagues in Adult Oncology, Adult Hematology and Pediatric Hematology-Oncology.

The Hematopathology faculty has broad expertise in teaching morphology, molecular diagnosis, immunohistochemistry, flow cytometry, hemoglobinopathies, coagulation, classical and molecular cytogenetics, lab management and other aspects of laboratory hematology. Mastery of diagnostic hemopathology and molecular pathology with research leading to publication is strongly encouraged.

The fellows will achieve a solid base of competencies to pursue an academic or private practice career. Stipend Appointment is for one year. Salary based on schedule for residents. The one-year program, based at Montefiore Medical Center-Weiler Division, draws diagnostic material from the three hospital divisions of the Medical Center 1, beds as well as a large ambulatory network. The diversity of the specimens enables the fellow to have in-depth exposure to and comprehensive training in gynecologic, breast and perinatal pathology, with over perinatal specimens, 16, gynecologic specimens and approximately breast specimens accessioned in the Pathology department last year.

Upon completing the fellowship, the fellow will be prepared to assume the role of a sub-specialty consultant in academic or private practice. The fellowship training includes signing-out of cases with faculty, involvement on frozen section decisions, participation in intra-and inter-departmental conferences, journal clubs and teaching of residents and medical students.

Fellows are encouraged to participate in the clinically relevant research. The program is staffed by seven surgical pathologists who form the core of the subspecialty group for Women's Health Pathology at MMC, and include attendings with subspecialty expertise in the areas of Gynecological Pathology, Perinatal Pathology and Breast Pathology.

Dependent upon level of training. Please send completed application form, curriculum vitae, a brief statement of professional goals and 3 letters of reference hard copy or by email directly to Debrah Negron fellowship coordinator.

At Stanford, we offer a dedicated Genitourinary Pathology Fellowship 1 position per year, pending ACGME accreditation that will provide in-depth training in GU pathology with the goal of becoming a specialist in the field.

The Stanford Genitourinary Pathology Service is rich with both routine GU pathology and advanced consultative material to learn from. Graduated responsibility opportunities include a Junior Attending rotation, presenting at GU tumor boards, teaching opportunities such as departmental fellow-led teaching conferences , and service as a point person and consultant on GU-pathology-related issues.

Elective and research time can be used to pursue additional subspecialty training in other areas such as GYN, GI, or renal pathology or to work on research projects. Departmental resources and support are available for clinicopathologic and translational research projects. We offer a one-year GU fellowship that provides advanced, focused, and intensive training in diagnostic genitourinary pathology: Please fill out the application form http: The main objective of the program is for the fellow to develop proficient diagnostic skills, an in-depth understanding of the implications of pathologic diagnoses in the management of cancer patients and a unique translational research experience.

The fellow takes an active role in all diagnostic services either in Breast or in Breast and GYN, including intraoperative gross examinations, frozen sections and sign out of in-house and outside consultations. To develop an insight into the multidisciplinary team approach to patient care, the fellow also participates at weekly multidisciplinary conferences and rotates in other disciplines including imaging, surgery, medical oncology and radiation oncology at our Wilmot Cancer Institute.

Elective rotations in other pathology subspecialties are also available for those interested. Applicants must be board certified or eligible in Anatomic Pathology or Anatomic and Clinical Pathology and be eligible for a license to practice medicine in New York State. Rochester is a midsize city in Western New York with miles of lakeshore, endless summer festivals and winter sports.

Located in the Finger Lakes Region, Rochester offers its residents a variety of outdoor activities. As the home for the internationally known Eastman School of Music, Rochester, it is also an ideal place for music lovers. Commensurate with the level of training. Applications should be submitted before December 31 of the previous year and must include the curriculum vitae, personal statement, three letters of recommendation, USMLE score report and ECFMG certificate international.

The breast pathology and GYN subspecialties are comprised of 5 breast pathologists under the leadership of Dr. David Hicks, an internationally recognized breast pathologist, and 8 GYN pathologists. Our subspecialties are committed to providing outstanding diagnostic services for excellent patient care and preparing the next generation of pathologists to be experts in the challenging fields of Breast and GYN pathology.

The fellowship is accredited by the ACGME, and is designed to meet the needs of individuals interested in a career in either academic pathology or private practice. The training program consists of 12 months of supervised experience in diagnostic pediatric pathology, including surgical and autopsy pathology, with sign-out responsibilities. Experience in laboratory medicine, molecular diagnostics, cytogenetics, FISH, immunohistochemistry, electron microscopy, and other special techniques is part of the program.

Participation in research projects is emphasized. In addition, outside pediatric surgical consultations are reviewed by the fellow. At the time of application, highly qualified applicants who wish to pursue in-depth research in a laboratory of their choice should inquire concerning funding for an additional year. The salary will be commensurate with the level of training of the candidate. Application requests and questions concerning application should be addressed to: Louis, MO Phone: The Neuropathology fellowship at Indiana University is a two-year program.

The medical center provides a large volume of surgical and autopsy cases in neuropathology and ocular pathology. Planning and participation in departmental and interdepartmental conferences are part of the program, as is the instruction of residents and medical students.

Diagnostic neuropathology is generally emphasized during the first year, but active participation in research projects is an expectation during the two years in the program. Research opportunities in a variety of areas of neurosciences are numerous and include neurodegenerative diseases and brain tumors. Applicants must have at least two years of training in anatomic pathology in an accredited program.

Only one year of training in anatomic pathology is required for applicants who have completed their training in accredited programs in neurology or neurosurgery. Commensurate with level of training. Reappointment to the second year is contingent upon successful completion of the first year. Submit a completed CAP Standardized Pathology Fellowship application form, curriculum vitae, personal statement and three letters of recommendation including one from the training program director.

Please address inquiries to: Oncologic Surgical Pathology Fellowship Openings for and Fox Chase Cancer Center is a nationally ranked bed NCI-designated multidisciplinary comprehensive cancer center with a departmental affiliation with Thomas Jefferson University. The department processes over 15, surgical specimens, 2, frozen sections, and 4, non-gyn cytology specimens yearly, all of which are cancer or cancer-related.

There is extensive material in head and neck, breast, pulmonary, gastrointestinal, urologic, gynecologic, dermatology and hematolymphoid neoplasms. The department has board certified surgical pathologists including hematopathologists, cytopathologists, a dermatopathologist, immunopathologist and cytogeneticist with busy consultation services, and an active molecular pathology laboratory.

The fellowship program is designed to provide an in-depth experience in tumor pathology with emphasis on diagnosis. Ample time for scholarly activities is facilitated by three full time pathologists' assistants who gross all specimens and prepare all frozen sections. Applications are available at www. The Gastrointestinal Pathology Fellowship at UCSD is designed to provide rigorous diagnostic training with the opportunity for graduated, independent sign-out responsibilities for gastrointestinal, hepatic and pancreaticobiliary surgical pathology cases.

The program takes advantage of USCD's large volume of diverse cases with a considerable proportion of high-complexity and esoteric cases, including but not limited to the categories of neoplastic and non-neoplastic GI mucosal biopsies and resections, liver explants, medical liver biopsies including transplant biopsies, pancreatic surgicals and outside consultation cases. Areas of expertise are myriad and include inflammatory bowel disease, celiac disease, fatty liver disease, liver transplant pathology and a variety of neoplastic diseases, including pancreatic cancer.

To further strengthen training in academic gastrointestinal pathology, each Fellow is required to complete at least one clinicopathologic research project clinical, translational or basic science related to gastrointestinal disease and will have close mentorship from the faculty. Currently, the program supports one Fellow per year. The position is a 12 month commitment. The ideal candidate for the Fellowship is proactive, motivated, and demonstrates the ability to work well with a diverse team; has a great sense of humor, positive mental attitude, strong work ethic and superb communication skills; and finally, demonstrates diagnostic rigor with attention to detail and has a record of academic interest and achievement.

Alexandra Murtha, Program Coordinator Email: We will start accepting applications immediately for AY The Department of Anatomic Pathology at the H. Opportunity exists to enhance the diagnostic and clinical correlative skills and competency of the fellow in order to be able to pursue a successful career in the academic, community hospital, and practice settings.

The fellow will have eight months of clinical service, including consultation service and surgical bench, and teaching responsibilities.

Four months will be dedicated to the following rotations: Case material includes biopsies, routine specimens, review cases and greater than 1, outside expert consultation cases per year. The program has a preference for candidates who are already board certified. You can read more about Moffitt's fellowships at https: We strive to train independent hematopathologists to acquire state of the art diagnostic skills and clinical research knowledge, and to foster the pursuit of academic or specialty practice careers.

The structure of our one-year clinical fellowship provides one core year of training in diagnostic hematopathology to meet eligibility for the subspecialty certification in Hematology given by the American Board of Pathology. The fellows will become proficient in evaluation of hematopathologic materials by exposure to approximately 5, in-house and consultation bone marrows, flow cytometry analyses, 1, in-house and consultation lymph nodes, 1, fine needle aspirates of lymph nodes, and 5, peripheral blood smears and body fluids yearly.

Application deadline is January for AY We also consider excellent candidates if the positions unfilled by then. Submit application and supporting documents to: The Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine at Rutgers New Jersey Medical School is offering a one year fellowship position specializing in the diagnosis of neoplastic and non-neoplastic diseases of the gastrointestinal tract, liver, and pancreas with opportunities to participate in clinicopathologic and basic science research.

Each location offers a unique experience with a variety of interesting and challenging in-house and consultation cases. The fellow will be trained in gross examination, pathologic diagnosis, frozen section consultation, molecular pathology, and if interested, basic science research and informatics.

The fellow will also attend and present cases at multidisciplinary case conferences and tumor boards and will have an active role in teaching residents, clinical fellows, and medical students. The fellow, appointed as a faculty instructor, may also have the opportunity to sign out cases independently in the second half of the year after faculty approval. Commensurate with candidate's level of training Requirements: Candidate must have completed a four year residency in Anatomic and Clinical Pathology or a three year residency in Anatomic Pathology and hold a full unrestricted NJ state medical license.

Will be accepted beginning August 1st, Interviews will begin September with formal offers by January 1st, for both available positions. Send application materials to: Transfusion Medicine Fellowship Openings for and Description: This one-year ACGME approved program provides instruction and experience in hospital and blood center transfusion medicine.

The trainee actively participates in routine and complex serological evaluations, perinatal testing, component collection and therapy, therapeutic apheresis, hematopoietic progenitor cell collection, quality processes, HLA, bone marrow transplant, flow cytometry, and information management at Wexner Medical Center at The Ohio State University beds , The James Cancer Hospital beds , Ross Heart Hospital beds , Nationwide Children's Hospital beds and the Central Ohio Red Cross Blood Services.

Support will commensurate with year of post-graduate training. Complete fellowship applications will include: Additional information can be found on our website: The fellowship is designed to provide the trainee with a broad-based experience in clinical hematopathology, including experience in routine laboratory hematology, bone marrow morphology, coagulation, flow cytometry, solid tissue hematopathology, pediatric hematopathology, cytogenetics and diagnostic molecular pathology.

The trainee is actively involved in all diagnostic evaluations, clinical consultations and teaching programs of the department. The clinical material reflects the breadth of hematopathology and includes over 2, bone marrow biopsies, lymph node biopsies, 3, diagnostic flow cytometry cases, 1, manual smear reviews, hemoglobinopathy evaluations, 1, coagulation evaluations and 3, body fluid samples on an annual basis.

Elective time is available for pursuit of research interests. The affiliated teaching hospitals support cardiopulmonary surgery, solid organ and bone marrow transplantation, trauma service, neonatal and pediatric programs, and an HLA laboratory.

Approximately 60, blood components are transfused in the affiliated teaching hospitals each year. The blood center collects over , whole blood and 9, apheresis donations, and maintains an accredited immunohematology reference laboratory.

Research opportunities are available in transfusion medicine and related disciplines. The training program provides the necessary experience to develop the expertise in transfusion medicine for medical director duties in a community blood center or hospital transfusion service.

Louisville is an exciting place to live with numerous amenities for a city its size. It offers many cultural and sports activities and offers an excellent location with mild weather. It is home to the Kentucky Derby and the Cardinals College basketball and football teams.

Interested candidates should submit the CAP standardized fellowship application, a copy of their current C. They should be eligible to hold a medical license in Kentucky. Currently the work volume at the University of Louisville Hospital includes Pap tests and non-gynecologic specimens including FNA procedures. The program offers opportunities for rotations in Flow Cytometry, Molecular Pathology and Immunohistochemistry as well as specialized rotations in subspecialties of Surgical Pathology.

Fellows actively participate in the intra and interdepartmental conferences and are encouraged to be involved in research projects. The office performs approximately cases per year from both urban and rural areas, encompassing 40 counties. The fellow is thus afforded with the opportunity to participate in a wide variety of cases, including cases unique to rural settings, such as farming, hunting, and mining fatalities. Located in one of the country's largest metropolitan areas, the KY OCME also conducts many cases associated with urban areas.

Ample opportunity is provided for attendance at death scenes. Regularly scheduled didactics include monthly Journal Clubs, monthly Check Sample reviews, and bi-monthly forensic topic discussions with faculty. Fellows are provided private office space and ample educational materials, including standard texts and microscopic glass slide teaching files. Additional offsite rotations include a forensic toxicology laboratory, forensic anthropology course, and the Kentucky State Police Crime Laboratory.

The fellow participates in the courtroom experience, first by accompanying the attending physician to court, and later in the year, by giving sworn testimony in the cases that the fellow has participated. Commensurate with the year 5 of postgraduate training Program Director: William Ralston, MD Phone: An opening for one year position in Surgical Pathology fellowship is available for the academic years beginning July and July This is a one year fellowship program with 1 position per year which provides the trainee with advanced training and experience in general surgical pathology, and opportunities for extensive experience in all subspecialty areas at a busy academic medical center.

Anatomic pathology staff includes experts in the fields of pulmonary, urologic, breast, gynecologic, pancreaticobiliary tract, and head and neck pathology.

The fellowship is designed to provide comprehensive training in diagnostic surgical pathology including standard diagnostic practices, immunohistochemistry, and specialized techniques. Elective time during the fellowship can be individually tailored to meet the needs of the fellow and spent in clinical or basic research, or used for more rigorous training in various areas of surgical pathology.

The candidate is expected to participate in inter-departmental clinical conferences, frozen section, and teaching anatomic pathology residents. In addition, ample opportunities exist for scholarly collaborations in all areas of surgical pathology. The fellow will combine GU pathology, digital pathology and related image analyses, and machine learning applications convolution neural networks, "deep-learning" and carry research projects aimed to identify areas of translational research to advance clinical care.

Applicants must have demonstrable experience in research with a track record in publications. Candidates must have an M. Submit applications, including CV, a brief statement of interest, and names of three references to: The Genitourinary Pathology Fellowship Training Program at the Indiana University School of Medicine provides comprehensive training in all aspects of genitourinary pathology.

Upon completing the program, the fellow will be prepared to assume a role as a subspecialty consultant in genitourinary pathology, in either an academic or private practice setting. The expanded GU service provides the Fellow with opportunities to develop the ability to handle a large and diverse case load in an efficient and accurate manner. The program allows for two months of research away from the clinical service.

Applicants must have completed two years of accredited anatomic pathology training, and be eligible for a medical license in the State of Indiana. Stipends are commensurate with the years of postgraduate training. Applications are currently being accepted for two fellowship positions at the Division of Hematopathology of Indiana University School of Medicine.

The ACGME-accredited one- year fellowship program offers a comprehensive training in adult and pediatric hematopathology with wide variety of specimens such as bone marrows, lymph nodes, spleens and other tissues. In addition to tissue hematopathology, the fellowship includes designated rotations in general hematology laboratory including laboratory management, flow cytometry, cytogenetics, molecular diagnostics and coagulation.

Recently expanded rotation in molecular hematopathology includes instruction in next generation sequencing through participation in an in-house NGS service. Two elective months are provided for research and additional diagnostic exposure. Pisters currently leads more than 14, employees and 1, physicians as president and chief executive officer of the University Health Network UHN in Toronto, Canada. It advances studies in cardiology, transplantation, neurosciences, oncology, surgical innovation, infectious diseases, genomic medicine and rehabilitation medicine.

Pisters also served as president and chief executive officer of The Michener Institute of Education and as a professor of Surgery at the University of Toronto. Originally arriving at MD Anderson in from a surgery instructor position at Memorial Sloan Kettering, he joined the faculty as assistant professor of Surgery. He rose to full professor with tenure in and was repeatedly honored during his two decades at MD Anderson, earning two Fellows Outstanding Teacher awards and three Faculty Excellence awards.

He specialized in helping patients with sarcomas and gastrointestinal GI cancers and remains a board-certified surgeon. Pisters is a member of more than two dozen national organizations and currently serves or has served in leadership positions on the advisory boards of numerous others, including several for the National Cancer Institute. He is on the editorial board of the Journal of Clinical Oncology and Surgery and serves as a reviewer for multiple others.

His own research, focused on sarcomas, GI cancers and other malignancies, has resulted in nearly peer-reviewed and additional articles, book chapters, teaching aids and other publications. In addition to his role as president of the Dallas hospital, Berrett also served at the system level as an executive vice president of Texas Health Resources.

He oversaw strategic planning and operations for Texas Health Dallas, guiding the hospital in its mission to improve the health of the people in the community it serves. While on a two-year mission in Peru, Berrett developed a great appreciation for the role that healthcare providers can play in improving the quality of life for an entire community. It is his concern for the quality of life in the community that makes him a passionate advocate for excellence in healthcare and a perfect fit for Texas Health Dallas.

Prior to joining Texas Health Dallas, Berrett served as president and chief executive officer of Medical City, a bed hospital, since April Texas Health Dallas was recognized in as a U. Berrett is the program director and faculty at the Jindal School of Management and is creating a new undergraduate program in health care management.

He lectures nationally and internationally on transformational leadership, organizational change and performance. She specializes in pulmonary hypertension and pulmonary critical care for liver transplant patients and is Director of Liver Transplant Critical Care. Bartolome received her medical degree from the University of Kansas School of Medicine, where she also completed her residency in internal medicine, was a chief resident, and then completed a fellowship in pulmonary and critical care medicine.

In addition to treating patients, Dr. Bartolome researches new treatments for pulmonary hypertension, as well as better ways to use existing medications to treat the disease. Texas Monthly named Dr. Bartolome a Super Doctors Rising Star. She is board certified in internal medicine, pulmonary disease, and critical care medicine by the American Board of Internal Medicine. Tait Shanafelt is originally from Seattle, Washington and received his undergraduate degree from Washington State University.

Glazer Award for leadership and service. He spent the first 12 years of his career at the Mayo Clinic where he served a 3 year term as the president of the Mayo Clinic Voting Staff from In addition to his leukemia research, Tait is an international thought leader and researcher in the field of physician well-being and its implications for quality of care.

His research in this area has involved physicians at all stages of their career from medical school to practice had has include several multi-center and national studies. He has helped s of organizations and their leaders work to improve issues with burnout and promote physician well-being. Andy has personally led engagements in the US, Canada, UK, Singapore, Australia and beyond focused on the design of future facilities, staffing and care model redesign and helping clients to improve their operational efficiency.

His 30 years of GE experience includes over 20 years of consulting focused on helping clients to improve their performance. Raj Shekhar, PhD, is a medical technology researcher, innovator, and entrepreneur. His prior academic affiliations have been with the Cleveland Clinic and the University of Maryland, Baltimore.

He also possesses two years of industry experience when he worked at Picker International now Philips Healthcare. He has published over 50 scientific papers and holds 11 granted US patents. His research career is focused on improving the safety, efficiency, and quality of healthcare through the application of human factors and applied psychology. He holds a doctoral degree in human factors and was a postdoctoral fellow at the U.

Ratwani has authored over fifty peer-reviewed publications and has been invited to give numerous talks in the area of human factors, innovation, and patient safety. In addition to his research he has focused on optimizing health IT for frontline clinicians and advises on safety and technology policies. He practiced cardiology from In this position Dr. Schwartz will be responsible for quality initiatives, development of the physician enterprise, integration and enhancement of the IT structure and clinical programs growth.

He completed his Internship and Residency programs at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania. From , he completed fellowship in Cardiology at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania. I chose my specialty because I had an interest in microbiology. Most of the new and challenging syndromes are connected with infectious diseases. Humor and compassion are the methods I use in my practice. I try to personalize patient care to the needs of each patient.

In addition, at UC Davis, we have a vital facility that generates new knowledge and the specialists necessary to handle the most complex cases. Cohen specializes in clinical infectious diseases and infection control in the hospital environment. He is interested in AIDS, HIV infection and treatment of immunocompromised patients and serves as primary infectious diseases consultant to transplant programs. Cohen uses molecular biology to investigate epidemiology of resistant microorganisms.

His laboratory-based studies look at susceptibility testing of HIV clinical isolates to multiple antiretroviral agents. Additional research focuses on new antimicrobial agents and chemokine and cytokine level changes. She also manages a national academic emergency medicine benchmarking survey conducted by the Academy of Administrators in Academic Emergency Medicine and the Association of Academic Chairs of Emergency Medicine.

She and her husband, Bryce, have three children. Her clinical expertise is Emergency Medicine. Her research interests include operations, administration, quality improvement and patient safety. Peterson received her undergraduate degree from University of Pennsylvania. She earned her M. Cutler has also worked as a critical care pharmacist, ambulatory care pharmacist and a long-term care consultant.

He has lectured at state and national conferences to audiences of physicians, pharmacists and nurses, and was a visiting Professor at the Kobe Gakuin Pharmaceutical University in and From , he was the Director of the Sacramento Experiential Program. He has 16 peer reviewed publications, several book chapters and has developed many continuing education programs. Cutler precepts the Family Medicine Rotation and applies his academic background to expand clinical services in primary care.

Mary Beth has worked in nursing informatics for more than 18 years, both at the hospital level and corporate level. She also serves as the liaison for all information technology-related nursing projects. In addition, Alpa has led the Design Thinking efforts and developing new services to advance leading edge and coordinated care.

Prior to joining Stanford, Alpa was a healthcare strategy and operations consultant with Deloitte Consulting for over eight years. Alpa has had the opportunity to work with academic medical centers, physician group practices, and multi-hospital health systems across the country. Her experience includes assisting provider organizations in mergers and acquisitions, financial turnarounds, performance improvement initiatives, regulatory reviews, strategic planning as well as large-scale electronic medical record implementations.

In his role, Alan is responsible for the facilitation of all patient experience strategy and operations improvements in the inpatient, ambulatory, emergency, and ancillary areas for the health system. Alan joined Cedars-Sinai in November, , with 15 years focused on healthcare patient experience improvement. In that role, Alan was responsible for the departments of patient experience, physician engagement, special constituent and international patient programs, referral management, education and training, and leadership and talent development.

Fernando Martinez is an accomplished Business Executive and Technologist who has worked with some of the largest healthcare systems in the country. Martinez is a recognized technology, security and governance leader with a history of developing innovative and transformational technology strategies for organizations of all sizes. Martinez has held the position of Chief Information Officer for multiple multi-billion dollar Hospital Systems and provides consultative services to various industries including banking and finance.

He has written numerous articles focused on management, technology strategy, IT security and governance, and is a frequent speaker at Trade Associations and IT Conferences. He holds graduate and undergraduate degrees in Information Technology with concentrations in information security and has an earned PhD in Educational Leadership and Organization.

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He is a founding Director of Virginia Law Enforcement Assistance Program, which helps police officers overcome debilitating trauma suffered in the line of duty. He holds an A. He has 25 years experience as a healthcare executive and entrepreneur as a founding member of Tympany, a medical device start-up company that was venture capital backed.

Mitch is married with three children in college. She completed her doctor of Pharmacy degree in at the University of Illinois at Chicago. Simmons completed her residency in pediatrics at the Medical University of South Carolina. In addition, she completed a pharmacy practice residency at the Medical University of South Carolina in Simmons is board certified in pharmacotherapy, and practiced as a neonatal ICU clinical specialist for 10 years prior to becoming a Clinical Manager at the University of Chicago Medical Center.

Stephanie also is the ED champion for patients with sickle cell disease and was recognized by the American Academy of Physician Assistants as a Distinguished Fellow for her contribution and dedication to the profession. Opelka is the founder and chair of the Surgical Quality Alliance. He serves on the PCPI board and supports their efforts in clinical registry advancement. Opelka leads a team building a new performance measure framework for surgical patients. This project is built around patient-centric measures within the five phases of surgical care.

In addition, his work promotes surgical patient reported outcomes mapped to the goals patients have in their care. Opelka serves as an academic surgeon with clinical appointments as a Professor of Surgery at Louisiana State University, Professor of Surgery at George Washington University and visiting associate professor of Surgery at Harvard University. He serves as a member of editorial boards and reviewer for five international peer reviewed journals.

Opelka has edited several surgical textbooks, published and delivered over scientific manuscripts and presentations. His areas of accountability include clinical informatics, digital health, and enterprise analytics and data management.

His areas of interest include the potential use of behavioral psychology in the delivery of health care, engaging clinical providers and translating the value of analytics and informatics in the clinical and business domains. As an advisor to startups in various stages, he supports their journey to value creation and product delivery, while engaging with VCs on portfolio and investment thesis.

Badlani speaks nationally, educates and consults on topics in digital medicine, clinical informatics, analytics, and innovation. He received his medical degree from the University of Delhi in India. After completed his internal medicine residency training Dr. Badlani served as chief resident at the University of Oklahoma in Tulsa. At University of Chicago his clinical practice was focused on solid organ transplant and oncology in the inpatient setting.

Since that time he has testified frequently before Congress and state legislatures, published extensively and spoken to a wide range of hospital associations, hospital systems, physician groups, boards of directors, and health policy leadership forums around the country. Len was an Innovation Advisor to the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation at CMS in , and has recently been the Principal Investigator on PCMH evaluation studies as well as in more general studies of how to use payment and delivery reform to achieve triple aim and health equity goals.

Recently he has become focused on how payment models may be used to incentivize sustainable investments in social determinants of health. Len got his B. He is the William T. Daniel is a recognized leader in driving clinical improvement in patient centered outcomes, safety and quality, as well as positive transformational changes. Daniel earned his undergraduate degree from Princeton University, his M. Louis, and cardiology fellowship at UT Southwestern. Over the past 24 years, Mr. He currently administers 34 drug task forces and a regional intelligence center that supports more than federal, state and local law enforcement agencies in Maryland, Washington, D.

C, Virginia, and West Virginia. Carr established metrics to measure the efficiency and effectiveness of drug control efforts in the fields of drug law enforcement, criminal intelligence, treatment, and prevention for the HIDTA Program.

This strategy resulted in the creation of a public health-public safety partnership supported by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention CDC , and the hiring of 22 drug intelligence officers and 22 public health analysts. The HRS has led to the interdisciplinary sharing of opioid data among law enforcement and public health agencies.

Carr spearheaded the development of the ODMAP, a real-time overdose syndromic surveillance system used to identify spikes in fatal and non-fatal overdoses. In July , Mr. Case Explorer is not only a case management system, but also an event and target deconfliction system in use nationwide by law enforcement agencies at all levels of government. Opioid overdose investigations reported in Case Explorer are recorded on ODMAP and analysts explore links to drug trafficking organizations likely responsible for spikes in overdoses.

In September , Mr. The Center for Drug Policy and Enforcement used this grant to fund 13 incubator projects concentrating on various aspects of the opioid problem. Award recipients from 10 states received funds to foster their research. Carr is an antiterrorism instructor for the U. He is the principle author of seven anti-terrorism courses dealing with terrorist financing, intermediate and advanced intelligence, task force management, and criminal investigation that are now delivered worldwide.

Carr was a Lt. He graduated with honors from Towson University and was first in his class at the Maryland State Police Academy, class of He served as an adjunct instructor with the University of Maryland from to He believes that innovations promoting the flow of information between clinical data systems, clinicians and patients is the key in improving healthcare delivery.

Krishnaj combines his role as CMO with his training in clinical informatics to fulfill this aim. His research has been published in peer reviewed journals and has found mention in media outlets. PINC is a leading healthcare improvement company, uniting an alliance of approximately 3, U. With integrated data and analytics, collaboratives, supply chain solutions, and advisory and other services, Premier enables better care and outcomes at a lower cost. Premier, a Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award recipient, plays a critical role in the rapidly evolving healthcare industry, collaborating with members to co-develop long-term innovations that reinvent and improve the way care is delivered to patients nationwide.

Headquartered in Charlotte, N. His research interests include the molecular mechanisms of antimicrobial resistance and microbial virulence, and the development of molecular diagnostic assays for infectious diseases. Before being named Chief of Intelligence, Mr. Prior to coming to DEA, Mr. She is board certified in both Internal Medicine and Addiction Medicine.

In this role she directs a multidisciplinary consultation service that provides guidance on the clinical management of patients with substance use disorders and associated consequences, conducts brief behavioral interventions and counseling with patients, facilitates linkage to hospital and community-based alcohol and drug treatment programs, and educates healthcare professionals.

Scot Kaufman Cancer Center, and a multispecialty provider group. He has been with the health system since when he came on board as Vice President and Chief Operating Officer. He has been President and Chief Executive Officer since A Fellow in the American College of Healthcare Executives, Lyle is active in community health initiatives and has received multiple leadership awards during his career from different organizations.

A life-long learner, an active outdoorsman, and a resident of Harford County since , Lyle and his wife, Donna, live in Havre de Grace and have four children and six grandchildren. She is the clinical leader of a regional care transformation partnership forged between two competing Maryland hospitals the Bay Area Transformation Partnership , and currently acts as president of the Maryland Academy of Family Physicians. She provides clinical care to underserved individuals at a primary care practice she helped build within a public housing unit within Annapolis.

He developed the behavioral health population health strategy for the Vanderbilt Health Affiliated Network. Trivedi is a national expert on behavioral health services and care delivery. Her design team leads design research, requirements gathering, and user interface design work for software projects. Digital Reasoning, a cognitive computing pioneer, builds software that understands human communication, context and meaning to create value at enterprise scale.

In health care, Digital Reasoning deploys deep analytics on unstructured data to power care management software using patented Natural Language Understanding, AI and machine learning technologies.

The results from the first year of live deployment across over hospitals demonstrate a positive impact on clinical, financial and operational outcomes. Bayless is the president and chief executive officer of Anne Arundel Medical Center.

She joined AAMC as vice president of clinical and support services in December and was promoted to chief operating officer in In September , Bayless was named president and chief operating officer and was promoted to president and chief executive officer in Bayless has 25 years of experience in management and leadership roles specializing in strategic planning, health system operations, performance improvement, community health and outreach, medical staff relations, physician practice management and business development.

She received her bachelor of science from Tufts University and her master of health services administration from The University of Michigan School of Public Health.

She also holds a certificate in executive leadership from the Georgetown University Center for Professional Development. Bayless and her husband, Mike live in Arnold, MD. They have two children, Connor 18 and Caroline Sentara is comprised of 12 acute care hospitals, 10 nursing centers and 3 assisted living centers in Virginia and northeastern North Carolina, with over 1, physicians in its four medical groups.

Sentara also operates a health plan with , covered lives in Virginia, North Carolina and Ohio. Sentara has continually ranked as one of the most integrated health care networks in the United States by Modern Healthcare magazine, and is the only health care system in the nation to be named in the top 10 continuously since the survey began.

Health Catalyst is an insight-producing data, analytics, and decision-support company committed to being a catalyst for massive, sustained improvements in healthcare outcomes.

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Dressler is a board-certified internist and nephrologist, and the Quality and Safety Officer for Academic and Medical Affairs. In this role since , Dr. Dressler is engaged in initiatives to advance the clinical learning environment; with the goal to improve the quality, cost and value of care through the interprofessional application of high reliability principles.

Improving Community Health and Health Equity Through Medical Education; nationwide learning collaborative involving 29 teams from Kathy is also Director of Research for the Karen S.

Kathy received her B. She went on to receive her M. Wetherill came to Christiana Care in as a staff pharmacist. He was later promoted to an evening pharmacy supervisor position and then advanced to Director of Pharmacy Supply.

Prior to coming to Christiana Care, he served on active duty for the US Army and worked for a retail pharmacy chain pharmacy. He is also an actively drilling reservist with the US Army and is stationed at Ft. Wetherill has numerous interests to include refining operational workflow, leading teams and managing supply chain challenges. Barbara is Patty and Jay H.

She served two terms as the Director of the Jay H. She was also Vice Dean of the Wharton Undergraduate program. Barbara is an internationally recognized scholar on retailing, variety seeking, brand loyalty, product assortment and design, and consumer and patient decision-making. She has published more than 75 articles in leading academic journals. She co-authored Grocery Revolution: Anahi Santiago holds a B.

Beth Bortz is the President and CEO of the Virginia Center for Health Innovation, a nonprofit established in to accelerate the adoption of value-driven health care in the Commonwealth. She has received several awards and recognition for her work, including:. A transplanted southerner, Beth and her husband David are avid Philadelphia sports fans and active in Virginia politics. She has two daughters, Devon and Katy. FIC was created to standardize the independent medication formularies into one Health System formulary to enhance medication safety, increase cost savings and promote evidenced-based practices.

Saheed received his medical degree from Cornell University in Saheed joined the Hopkins faculty in He has published over articles and 18 book chapters with over national and international presentations. His research has focused on quality improvement and bariatric surgery and has published influential articles on patient safety, medical education, adolescent bariatric surgery, diabetes and gastric bypass, fertility and birth outcomes following weight loss surgery, probiotics, pre-operative weight loss, family effects of weight loss surgery, effect of weight loss on testosterone, obesity disparities in health care, changes in cancer screening tests following weight loss, endoscopy, and impact of gastric bypass upon alcohol metabolism and cardiac risk factors.

He serves as editor of four books: Quality in Obesity Treatment, Morbid Obesity: His research efforts have been recognized by 26 research awards from 5 different surgical societies. As a teacher, Dr. He was selected as Co-Chair and Chair for Obesity Week and , which is the largest worldwide meeting devoted to obesity with over attendees annually.

Susan Bear, PharmD, is the director of clinical pharmacy services for Carolinas HealthCare System where she leads a team of clinical pharmacists for this hospital system with locations in North and South Carolina.

She is a preceptor and mentor to pharmacy students from three North Carolina universities, and she teaches pharmacotherapy to nurse practitioner students at the University of North Carolina Charlotte. Through her efforts, CHS implemented an antibiotic stewardship program. In this role, he works with providers to improve the quality and coordination of care for residents of Harford County Maryland. Together with his team, he has launched innovative strategies aimed at reducing unnecessary hospital utilization, such as telemedicine programs with Skilled Nursing homes, Community Health Worker programs, virtual visits for chronic disease management, and analytic tools that contribute to and leverage data from the state health information exchange, CRISP.

His responsibilities included provider recruitment, the development commercial and government insurance ACO agreements, care management programs, and information technology implementation within the ACO. Colin has a Bachelor of Arts degree from Mt. He is also a Doctoral Candidate at Johns Hopkins. The Six Sigma program is in its eleventh year with over 50 million dollars of savings to the organization. CAMC has improved its overall patient flow capabilities, being able to reduce deferred patients by per month.

Bree Bush is a principal and the leader of the Care Optimization and Throughput practice. She has been leading healthcare organizations through transformation efforts for more than ten years with GE Healthcare Partners, focusing on utilizing simulation modeling and advanced analytical tools to optimize inpatient, procedural, and clinic capacity. This has allowed organizations to improve access for patients, streamline operations and improve financial performance, while also creating a culture of staff empowerment and continuous improvement.

Currently, she has been navigating and aligning academic medical centers to apply system engineering principals to healthcare environment which includes using simulation modeling to design solution and designing and building Command Centers, a central control point to proactive actively manage capacity and patient flow. Applying this methodology has shown success in reducing inpatient length-of-stay, improving operating room utilization, and reducing emergency room boarding time.

Bree joined GE Healthcare 10 years ago through the Edison Engineering Development Program, a highly selective program designed to grow future engineering leaders. On program, she designed next generation diagnostic imaging equipment and brought a high-end ultrasound system to market. He is responsible for the operations of the 5 Johns Hopkins Health System Emergency Departments managing nearly , patient visits annually.

Scheulen is considered to be an expert in hospital and emergency department operations. As Chief Administrative Officer, Jim leads the Johns Hopkins Office of Capacity Management and has operationalized a one of a kind, hospital capacity optimization command center. Steve Morgan attended medical school at the University of Virginia and completed his family practice residency at Roanoke Memorial Hospital in After being in private practice for seven years, he joined Carilion Clinic in He served as a regional medical director in the department of Family and Community Medicine from until Starting in , he transitioned from full time family medicine to a more active role within information technology and was appointed to the role of Chief Medical Information Officer of Carilion Clinic in She has over 20 years of experience in the healthcare environment and has published over 20 peer reviewed articles and 3 book chapters.

Her interests include improving safety for both patients and staff. She has achieved outcomes such as preventing accidents, increased productivity, lowered injury rates, and reduced worker compensation costs by implementing appropriate ergonomic interventions in industrial and hospital environments.

Her recent healthcare work involves quality improvement projects to achieve efficient processes and error proofing that result in a safe environment for staff and patients.

He was an orthopedic surgeon with an office practice in Northern Virginia, was Assistant surgeon for the Washington Redskins, and the team physician for the D. United Professional soccer club. During his first term, he led the Virginia Health Reform Initiative; established the Virginia Center for Healthcare Innovation; negotiated a settlement agreement with the Department of Justice that led to the first training center closures in Virginia; oversaw the implementation of an integrated eligibility system.

Throughout this work he stressed the need to recognize that citizens do not fit into siloed programs, and he began to address the need for a culture stressing the collective impact of all of the HHR Agencies.

During his second term, Dr. Hazel has become a strong advocate for evidence-informed policies relating to health, healthcare, human services and technology and has engaged with philanthropy to fund upstream initiatives with a goal of prevention.

Prior to joining TH, Dr. Captain Jolissaint left active duty to pursue a medical career. During his tour of duty with General Dynamics, Dr. Jolissaint deployed to Iraq Tikrit, Al Asad, and Baghdad , Afghanistan Bagram, Kandahar, and Kabul , and Kuwait in support of military medical units providing health care support to their respective theaters of combat operations. Greg and Debby are the proud parents of five wonderful and very successful adult children, and the grandparents of four amazing grandchildren.

Although they are both originally from Louisiana, they are now both permanent residents of Maryland. In this role, Dr. Kurfuerst is responsible for strategy execution and the oversight of daily operations for Christiana and Wilmington Hospitals, the Middletown Emergency Department, and community-based ancillary services including imaging, laboratory, rehabilitation, pharmacy, and medical aid unit services.

Prior to assuming the Chief Operating Officer role, Dr. Before joining Christiana Care in , Dr. She began her healthcare career as a practicing occupational therapist with a specialty in neurorehabilitation.

Her over 90 publications and presentations span both clinical and health care management topics at the local, regional, and national levels. Kurfuerst earned her undergraduate degree in occupational therapy from Misericordia University in Dallas, PA in D also at Widener in Minor, MD, is a scientist, surgeon, and academic leader. He is also a professor of Otolaryngology—Head and Neck Surgery and a professor of Bioengineering and of Neurobiology, by courtesy, at Stanford University.

With his leadership, Stanford Medicine has established a strategic vision to lead the biomedical revolution in Precision Health, a fundamental shift to more proactive and personalized health care that empowers people to lead healthy lives. Before coming to Stanford, Dr. Minor was provost and senior vice president for academic affairs of The Johns Hopkins University.

Prior to his appointment as provost in , Dr. With more than published articles and chapters, Dr. Minor is an expert in balance and inner ear disorders. In the medical community, Dr. Minor is perhaps best known for his discovery of superior canal dehiscence syndrome, a debilitating disorder characterized by sound- or pressure-induced dizziness. He subsequently developed a surgical procedure that corrects the problem and alleviates symptoms.

He serves as the deputy director of the Johns Hopkins Medicine Technology Innovation Center TIC with the goal of partnering with clinical inventors to create novel IT solutions that improves patient care. This team of designers, developers, and data scientists work with inventors to build, deploy, and evaluate digital health solutions within the Johns Hopkins Medical System.

At Johns Hopkins, Dr. Nagy serves as the program director for year-long multidisciplinary leadership development programs at Johns Hopkins Medicine in clinical informatics, analytics and creating commercial ventures. There have been over faculty and staff that have gone through the programs since From he served as the chair of the American Board of Imaging Informatics ABII which created the certification for imaging informatics professionals which has over 1, diplomates.

In , he was inducted into the college of fellows for the Society of Imaging Informatics in Medicine. Nagy received his PhD in Medical Physics from the Medical College of Wisconsin and is the author of over papers in the fields of informatics and implementation science. Butte was elected into the National Academy of Medicine in , and in , he was recognized by the Obama Administration as a White House Champion of Change in Open Science for promoting science through publicly available data.

Other recent awards include the E. Butte is also a founder of three investor-backed data-driven companies: Personalis, providing medical genome sequencing services, Carmenta acquired by Progenity , discovering diagnostics for pregnancy complications, and NuMedii, finding new uses for drugs through open molecular data.

Butte is a principal investigator of three major programs: Widely published in a variety of oncology general medicine journals, Dr. Meisenberg remains an active outcomes researcher in the fields of high value medicine and health services research. Hired in , his early tenure focused on solutions for identity management, security, and enterprise portal. Despite this expanded role, Dwight maintains a keen interest in technology, and regularly engages with systems engineers and architects to develop solutions.

Over the past several years, the TIC has developed many new applications and collaborated with emerging healthcare startups. In late , Dwight began efforts to develop a new big-data, precision medicine platform as part of Hopkins InHealth. Dwight holds a B. He has responsibility for overall strategy and deployment of electronic information and technology services.

Dave joined AAMC in as executive director of analytics. In his new role, Dr. Anzilotti will focus on the optimization of care delivery at the acute care level through strategic visioning, network development, clinical technology implementation and leveraging medical informatics.

Anzilotti was a practicing neuroradiologist in the radiology department for more than two years before becoming Chair and he continues to practice neuroradiology. Before joining Christiania Care Health system, Dr.