Assistant Professor of Health Informatics
Jeremy is an assistant professor of health informatics at Heinz College.
His research focuses on the development of machine learning algorithms for analysis of electronic health records (EHRs). The recent growth in EHR usage underlies a transformation in analytic approaches to medical data. His research in machine learning provides tools to characterize and make predictions from EHRs about the health of populations and individuals.
Jeremy received his MD-PhD from the University of Wisconsin-Madison with a focus in medicine and computer science.
- 94-887 - Applied Analytics: ML Pipeline
- 95-845 - Applied Analytics: the Machine Learning Pipeline
- 94-842 - Programming R for Analytics