Electronic Medical Record Search Engine (EMERSE)
David Hanauer earned his medical degree from the University of Michigan, followed by training in pediatrics at the New York University Medical Center. He then obtained a master's degree in medical informatics at Brigham & Women's Hospital in Boston through, the combined Harvard-MIT Division of Health Sciences and Technology. Dr. Hanauer is currently an Associate Professor at the University of Michigan Medical School with a joint appointment in the School of Information. He is a practicing pediatrician and serves as Assistant Director for Clinical Informatics in the University of Michigan's Comprehensive Cancer Center's Informatics Core, Director of Clinical Research Informatics for the CTSA-supported Michigan Institute of Clinical and Translational Research, as well as Associate Chief Medical Information Officer for the University of Michigan Health System. His academic interests include clinical and health informatics primarily focused on the secondary use of clinical data and the interface between patients and the health care system.
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