Biomedical Informatics and Medical Education (BIME) is comprised of two divisions, Biomedical and Health Informatics (BHI) and Medical Education and Evaluation (MEE).

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MEE Core Faculty

Jan Carline, PhD

Professor

Primary

MEE

carlinej@uw.edu

Interests:

Medical education and its evaluation.

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Gabrielle Kane, MB, EdD, FRCPC

Professor

Joint

MEE

kaneg@uw.edu

Interests:

Medical education and evaluation

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Pamela Nagasawa, PhD

Assistant Professor

Primary

MEE

pnaga22@uw.edu

Interests:

Educating a diverse workforce—priming students to serve rural, underserved, and culturally diverse patient populations; Impact assessment— student learning, institutional effectiveness, intersection between dental and medical education

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Lynne Robins, PhD

Professor

Primary

MEE

lynner@uw.edu

Interests:

Equipping and empowering health professions educators through ongoing educator development and mentorship; translating education research and theory into practice; applying qualitative research methods to illuminate and advance all aspects of health professions education and practice; and encouraging and supporting interprofessional, interdisciplinary and regional collaboration.

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Janice A. Sabin, PhD, MSW

Associate Professor

Primary

MEE

sabinja@uw.edu

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Interests:

The science of implicit (unconscious) bias and effects on medical care; Workforce diversity; Health equity and social determinants of health; Health care delivery to health disparity populations; Culturally tailored health communication, health literacy; Faculty development, continuing education

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Doug Schaad, PhD

Professor

Division Head, MEE

Primary

MEE

schaad@uw.edu

Interests:

Career trajectories in the medical profession; Health outcomes associated with new orthopaedic techniques and materials; Compassion, empathy and cynicism in the professional development of physicians; Interprofessional teams and learning outcomes; Curriculum enhancement and associated performance assessment.

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Craig Scott, PhD

Professor Emeritus

Primary

MEE

scottcs@uw.edu

Interests:

Mind/body medicine, medical student stress management, performance-based teaching and evaluation (including TBL, PBL, flipped classrooms, objectively-structured clinical examinations and standardized patients), medical school admissions, international medical education, and assessment of scientific innovations of National Science Foundation research centers. As an Emeritus faculty member he continues to serve on the UWSoM Admissions Committee. He also serves the National Science Foundation as a center assessment coordinator and evaluator for numerous centers in the Industry/University Cooperative Research Centers Program.

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Peter Tarczy-Hornoch, MD, FACMI

Professor

Chair, BIME

Primary

BHI, MEE

pth@uw.edu

Website

Interests:

Data integration and knowledge bases as applied to: translational bioinformatics, biospecimen acquisition, clinical/translational research, clinical data repositories, genomic medicine, and comparative effectiveness research

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