Informatics Research Elective
The Emergency Medicine Informatics Research Lab is currently looking for students with strong programming skills to assist with our work. Detailed descriptions of our areas of interest can be found on the Research Projects page.
We have opportunities for:
- Medical Students (credit available)
- EM Residents (credit available)
- Undergraduate Students in Computer Science
- Graduate Students in Computer Science
More detailed information about the Informatics Research Elective can be found in the Course Syllabus
Interested students should contact:
Steven Horng, MD MMSc
shorng (at) bidmc.harvard.edu
Jae Won Joh, BS
4th Year Medical Student
Baylor College of Medicine
"I stumbled upon Dr. Horng and Dr. Nathanson's work as I was searching through the EMRA website looking for informatics electives. I reached out expressing my interest in data visualization, and we quickly arranged for a month-long research elective. During my month, I was exposed to a variety of hot topics in the field of informatics, with thorough exposure to the latest literature. Weekly didactics and talks at BIDMC, DCI, and MIT greatly augmented my experience of the field's breadth. I was given the freedom and mentorship needed to develop my own project looking at ways to incorporate visualization of patient data in the emergency room setting."