New York University
Martin V. Pusic, MD, PhD, FRCP(C)
• Director, Division of Learning Analytics, Institute for Innovation in Medical Education, NYU School of Medicine.
• Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine & Pediatrics, NYU School of Medicine
A practicing Pediatric Emergency physician, Dr. Pusic also has expertise in human cognition educational informatics, student and resident assessment, meta-cognition, and statistical modelling of learning. His most recent research focuses on statistical modelling and prediction of learning trajectories. The research has as its foundation the predictive learning analytics approaches that better educational data systems are just beginning to make possible. Dr. Pusic is a co-investigator on NYU’s “Accelerating Change in Medical Education” grant, funded by the American Medical Association and leads a U.S. Dept of Defense Grant entitled “An Adaptive Tutor for Improving Visual Diagnosis”.
Dr. Pusic obtained his medical degree from the University of British Columbia, a fellowship in pediatric emergency medicine at McGill, and his PhD in Education from Teachers College at Columbia University. He is a member of the Pediatric Emergency Medicine Sub-Board of the American Board of Pediatrics as well as the Education Science Sub-Committee of the American Heart Association.
Keywords: Medical Informatics, Decision Support, Computer-Aided Learning, Pediatrics, Emergency, Health Professions Education, Learning Analytics.
Disclosure: Disclosure Relationship(s): Memorial Sloan-Kettering Hospital: Royalty Recipient
Tuesday, May 12, 2020
8:00 AM – 12:00 PM