Overview of the BMI Fellowship in Clinical Informatics
The Stony Brook Fellowship in Clinical Informatics is a 2-year program open to physicians who are ABMS board certified or board eligible in a primary speciality. The CI Fellowship is offered through Stony Brook Medicine’s Pathology Department; it is open to eligible candidates from any medical specialty(e.g. Internal Medicine, Anesthesiology, Pathology, Pediatrics, Surgery, Radiology etc.)
Our program offers exposure to an environment of interdisciplinary collaboration between clinicians, clinical informaticians, clinical data scientists, pathology and radiology informaticians and machine learning experts. It is the ideal program for motivated physicians seeking in-depth expertise in clinical informatics along with applications of clinical data analytics and machine learning applied to medical applications.
Stony Brook University Hospital, a 603 bed tertiary care center and a premier academic medical centerserves as the primary clinical site for the fellows. It has been nominated as one of the nation’s Most-Wired hospitals for 7 consecutive years and is constantly at the forefront of implementing innovative IT solutions to clinical problems.
Stony Brook University, one of the top 1% universities in the world, is home to the Biomedical informatics department ( BMI) and it’s richly talented faculty. The didactic portion of the fellowship will be supported by the curriculum of the BMI Masters in Clinical Informatics. The university also offers opportunities to interact and collaborate with experts from a wide variety of fields.
Joel H Saltz, MD, PhD
Associate Program Director
Gerald Kelly, DO— Chief Medical Information Officer, Stony Brook Medicine; Interim CIO
Program & Admissions Chair
Veena Lingam, MD