Josh Denny, MD, is currently an assistant professor in the Department of Biomedical Informatics and Medicine. He completed an internal medicine residency as a Tinsley Harrison Scholar at Vanderbilt. His interests in medical informatics began while in medical school with the development of a concept-based curriculum database to improve medical education. Other interests include natural language processing, clinical phenomics to support genome-phenome correlation, just-in-time information delivery, and terminology development. Dr. Denny serves on several local committees and remains active in teaching medical students and clinical roles.
Dr. Anderson Spickard, III is an associate professor in medicine and biomedical informatics. He leads educational innovations for the Vanderbilt University School of Medicine. He is a Master Clinical Teacher and directors the Vanderbilt Core Clinical Curriculum (VC3). He also directs the third year medicine clerkship and codirects fourth year primary care clerkship.
My research focuses on leveraging machine-processable content from EMR systems for meaningful use. I obtained my medicine degree from PUMC, and started pursuing PhD degree working on chart fragmentation issues on high-throughput clinical phenotyping under the guidance of Dr. Christopher Chute. I graduated from U of Minneosta in 2011 and joined the PheWAS team working with Dr. Joshua Denny.
Peter J. Speltz joined the team in January of 2009. He is the main programmer for POGOe and also works on KnowledgeMap and other websites. Peter has a BS in Computer Science from MTSU and has been a web developer for three years.
Raquel is a data analyst working primarily on VESPA, a pharmacogenomics project, and occasionally lends a hand with PheWAS and other projects. Her background is in business intelligence, dashboards, data warehousing, and healthcare information.
For further information, please contact Josh Denny.