Undergraduate Degree

  • Johns Hopkins University , 1987 , Baltimore , MD

Medical School

  • Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine , 1991 , Baltimore , MD


  • Johns Hopkins Hospital , 1992 , Baltimore , MD


  • Johns Hopkins Hospital , 1994 , Baltimore , MD


Pediatric Endocrinology
  • Boston Children's Hospital , 1998 , Boston , MA

Graduate Degree

Medical Informatics
  • Massachusetts Institute of Technology , 1999 , Cambridge , MA


  • American Board of Preventive Medicine, Clinical Informatics


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  1. The effect of an electronic health record-based tool on abnormal pediatric blood pressure recognition. Congenit Heart Dis. 2017 Jul; 12(4):484-490. View abstract
  2. Preserving patient privacy and confidentiality in the era of personal health records. Pediatrics. 2015 May; 135(5):e1125-7. View abstract
  3. When 'hacktivists' target your hospital. N Engl J Med. 2014 Jul 31; 371(5):393-5. View abstract
  4. Mychildren's: integration of a personally controlled health record with a tethered patient portal for a pediatric and adolescent population. AMIA Annu Symp Proc. 2009 Nov 14; 2009:65-9. View abstract
  5. The Shared Information Network (SHRINE): A prototype federated query tool for clinical data repositories. J Amer.Med. Inform. Assoc. 2009; 16(5):624-630. View abstract
  6. The Shared Health Research Information Network (SHRINE): a prototype federated query tool for clinical data repositories. J Am Med Inform Assoc. 2009 Sep-Oct; 16(5):624-30. View abstract
  7. Health IT for Kids, Pediatric Health IT and the Flu. Government Health IT. 2009; 3(5):3. View abstract
  8. Pharmacy Automation, High Tech Tools Close the Loop for Medication Safety. Most Wired. 2009. View abstract
  9. The Gene Partnership Project: Implementing the informed cohort model for the ethical recruitment and engagement of participant into genomic research. American Socity of Human Genetics . 2009. View abstract
  10. Whose personal control? Creating private, personally controlled health records for pediatric and adolescent patients. J Am Med Inform Assoc. 2008 Nov-Dec; 15(6):737-43. View abstract
  11. The Importance of Technology in Healthcare. Inside The Minds: Updating Your Company's Technology Strategy. 2008. View abstract
  12. Medicine. Reestablishing the researcher-patient compact. Science. 2007 May 11; 316(5826):836-7. View abstract
  13. Characteristics at diagnosis of type 1 diabetes in children younger than 6 years. J Pediatr. 2006 Mar; 148(3):366-71. View abstract
  14. Integration of the personally controlled electronic medical record into regional inter-regional data exchanges: a national demonstration. AMIA Annu Symp Proc. 2006; 1099. View abstract
  15. Integration of the personally controlled electronic medical record into regional inter-regional data exchanges: a national demonstration. Proc AMIA Symp. 2006; 1099. View abstract
  16. Senior resident autonomy in a pediatric hospitalist system. Arch Pediatr Adolesc Med. 2003 Feb; 157(2):206-7. View abstract
  17. Effect of a pediatric hospitalist system on housestaff education and experience. Arch Pediatr Adolesc Med. 2002 Sep; 156(9):877-83. View abstract
  18. The personal internetworked notary and guardian. Int J Med Inform. 2001 Jun; 62(1):27-40. View abstract
  19. Impact of anatomic closure on somatic growth among small, asymptomatic children with secundum atrial septal defect. Am J Cardiol. 2000 Jun 15; 85(12):1472-5. View abstract
  20. Temporal expressiveness in querying a time-stamp--based clinical database. J Am Med Inform Assoc. 2000 Mar-Apr; 7(2):152-63. View abstract
  21. Glucoweb: a case study of secure, remote biomonitoring and communication. Proc AMIA Symp. 2000; 610-4. View abstract
  22. Diabetes in Children. Cefalu WT, Clark NG, Leahy JL, editors. Medical Management of Diabetes Mellitus. 2000. View abstract
  23. Evolution to a Palm Pilot based intervention tracking tool for clinical pharmacists in a pediatric teaching hospital. American Society of Health-System Pharmacists, Midyear Clinical Meeting. 2000. View abstract
  24. System and method for performing stepwise querying of a timestamp-based database. 1999. View abstract
  25. Scaling a data retrieval and mining application to the enterprise-wide level. Proc AMIA Symp. 1999; 901-5. View abstract
  26. A New tool for Improved Research Utilization of Pediatric Clinical Databases. Pediatr Res. 1999; 45. View abstract
  27. Improved access to large medical databases for clinical research and quality improvement [dissertation]. 1999. View abstract
  28. Growth Calc: an antropometric calculator accessible via the World Wide Web. Soc Ped Research. 1999. View abstract
  29. Data mining by clinicians. Proc AMIA Symp. 1998; 957-61. View abstract
  30. ATRAS: a decision support application layered on the W3-EMRS architecture. Stud Health Technol Inform. 1998; 52 Pt 1:40-4. View abstract
  31. Methodology for computer-assisted prediction of growth hormone deficiency in children. Proc AMIA Symposium. 1998; 1088. View abstract
  32. IT? Give me what I'll use. Healthc Inform. 1997 May; 14(5):112. View abstract
  33. Implementation of Portable Decision Support Using the W-3 EMRS Architecture. Proc AMIA Symposium. 1997; (1997):879. View abstract
  34. ATRAS: A database-independent, computer-based retrieval and analysis system for functional adrenal hormone testing. Proc 79th Annual Meeting of the Endo Society. 1997. View abstract
  35. Automated 'pain drawing' analysis by computer-controlled, patient-interactive neurological stimulation system. Pain. 1992 Jul; 50(1):51-57. View abstract
  36. Patient-interactive, computer-controlled neurological stimulation system: clinical efficacy in spinal cord stimulator adjustment. J Neurosurg. 1992 Jun; 76(6):967-72. View abstract