One of 22 training sites sponsored by the National Library of Medicine nationwide, the Division brings together a wide range of resources and expertise in health sciences information management, communication and technology.
Eric is discovering how Markov decision models can help surgeons at Hopkins match more organ donors, and save lives. “Coming to DHSI was best decision I've ever made."more
Hon Weng Chong was a visiting medical student from The University of Melbourne, Australia. His current field of research is in the use of Video Games for health.more
Chris Lehmann is Professor of Pediatrics and Biomedical Informatics at Vanderbilt University and Adjunct Associate Professor in the Division of Health Sciences Informatics at Johns Hopkins. Dr Lehmann's research includes medication monitoring for underserved populations using Information Technology.more
Mano Ntayingi's interest is in developing meaningful health information systems for use in low resource environments to increase the accesibility of health services.more
Professor Harold lehmann has been named Interim Director of the Division of Health Sciences Informatics where he also serves as Director of Training Programs and Research. His research is in the field of evidence-based medicine and medical decision making.more
Joe Lombardo has spent over 38 years performing research on surveillance at the Applied Physics Lab. He teaches real-time disease surveillance at the Division of Health Science Informatics is in Evidence Based Medicine and Medical Decision Making.more
Nancy Roderer is Professor Emerita in the Division of Health Sciences Informatics and was Director of the Welch Medical Library and Division of Health Sciences Informatics prior to her retirement. She is a national leader in redesigning medical libraries and services.more
In September, 2012 Dr. Abbott will be appointed Associate Professor at the University of Michigan School of Nursing. She will continue to direct and teach the Applied Informatics Certificate at Johns Hopkins as and adjunct member of faculty. Her research centers upon usability, user-centered design, and ICT development (eHealth/mHealth) for low-resource areas around the globe.more
Freddie Barber, one of our former SPH Informatics Certificate Students, now Public Health Adviser/Data Exchange Coordinator at Scientific Technologies Corporationmore
May 17, 2013 12:15 Chevy Chase Auditorium
"Computational decision support at the bedside: Ethics, policy and practice in an era of intelligent machines"
Kenneth W. Goodman, PhD FACMI
Professor of Medicine
University of Miami
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