- Medical Informatics
- Translational Research
Education & Training
- Rutgers University, PhD, Psychobiology
- University of Colorado Denver, NIMH Postdoctoral Fellow in Primate Behavior
Medical Informatics. Dr. Wade is the Project Leader and Chief Designer for the National Jewish Health Research Database project. This extensive undertaking integrates data gathered from clinics, studies, laboratories and the specimen bank in an effort to facilitate further research on individualized medicine. Database design. System design and integration. Usability of information systems. WWW technologies. Applied artificial intelligence. Have developed applications in medical education, groupware, research data collection and management, and medical care quality assurance. Subject areas have included clinical laboratory, drug utilization review, problem-based learning in pediatrics, epidemiology, exercise physiology, fitness monitoring, bioterrorism response training, physical examination, sleep monitoring, primate behavior.
Teaching or Professional Positions
Project Leader of National Jewish Health Research Database Project.
Director of Informatics Software Development at Colorado Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute
Affiliations with the University of Colorado Denver
Retired from Department of Preventive Medicine and Biometrics
Awards & Recognition
1994-Present: Vice President and Chief Scientist, Living Systems Inc., Boulder, Colorado
1990-1994: Operating Board, Colorado Advanced Software Institute
Wade TD and Murphy JR. Agile systems for clinical research. Transactions on Advanced Research 1:74, 2005. Wade TD, Younger M, Kamin C and Deterding R. Web Presentation and Authoring of Interactive Medical Cases. Proc Internat Conf Advances in Infrastructure on the Internet, http://www.ssgrr.it/en/ssgrr2003w/papers/159.pdf, 2003.
Wade TD. Walkabout: A perplexatron asks an allknowabot a few questions about human nature and cyberspace. In Figures of Thought: A Textbook for College Writers, edited by Hickey DJ. Mountain View:Mayfield Publishing, 1999.
Yin M, Wade TD, Lawler-Heavner J and Ruttenber AJ. Computer-generated time lines for visualizing and editing epidemiological and biomedical data. Comput Methods Programs Biomed 56:23-29, 1998.
Wade TD, Byrns PJ, Steiner JF and Bondy J. Finding temporal patterns--A set-based approach. Artif Intell Med 6:263-271, 1994.
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