Our group studies the application of medical informatics, computer science, epidemiology, and biostatistics to improve public health and clinical practice. Please see a detailed listing of our Research Projects and Publications.
Our public health informatics research focuses on biosurveillance and population health monitoring, influenza and infectious disease epidemiology, pharmacosurveillance, and geographical information systems (GIS). Our clinical informatics research focuses on personally controlled health records, clinical prediction and decision making, and advanced health communication infrastructures.
We also develop practical technologies deployed in real-world settings, including the AEGIS real-time surveillance system and the IndivoHealth personally controlled electronic medical record.