University of Arizona - Faculty
American Medical Informatics Association - Member
Years Involved in Patient Centered Research: 0-2 years
Stakeholder Type: Researcher
Vignesh Subbian is a medical informatician and systems engineering faculty at the University of Arizona (UArizona). He leads the Computational Medicine and INformatics (COM-IN) Collaboratory, an engineering-driven, cross-disciplinary biomedical research and training hub at UArizona. He has extensive experience in technology integration and evaluation in acute care settings and is particularly interested in sociotechnical and patient safety issues in the context of informatics tools and interventions.
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