About the Journal

Editorial Board


Blake J. Lesselroth, MD MBI FACP FAMIA

Vice-Chair and Associate Professor, Department of Medical Informatics; George Kaiser Family Foundation Chair in Medical Informatics; Adjunct Associate Professor and Teaching Hospitalist, Department of Internal Medicine, School of Community Medicine, University of Oklahoma | OU-Tulsa Schusterman Center; Adjunct Associate Professor of Informatics, School of Health Information Science, University of Victoria, British Columbia

Dr. Lesselroth is board certified in Internal Medicine (ABIM) and Clinical Informatics (ABPM) and has certification in user experience research (UXC). In his current role at Oklahoma University-Tulsa Schusterman Center (OU), he manages a diverse portfolio that includes user experience and medical simulation research, medical informatics and health systems education, and enterprise quality improvement. He is the Co-Director of the OU Medical Informatics rotation and Co-Director of the College of Medicine’s Health Systems Science in Practice course. His expertise includes medical decision making, healthcare quality improvement, human-computer interactions, user experience evaluation methods, telemedicine, medical simulation, and implementation and dissemination science.

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Katherine Prairie, MSc, Managing Editor

Editorial Board Members

Associate Editors

Aswan Bahattab, PhD

Post-doctoral researcher, Center for Research and Training in Disaster Medicine, Humanitarian Aid, and Global Health, Università del Piemonte Orientale (UPO), Italy

Dr. Awsan Bahattab is a global health researcher and educator with a diverse academic background and research interests. She obtained her medical degree from the University of Aden in Yemen, where she also obtained a Postgraduate Certificate in Medical Education. Additionally, she earned a Master of Science in International Health from Charité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin, Germany.

Dr. Bahattab's academic journey continued with a joint Ph.D. from Università del Piemonte Orientale in Italy and Vrije Universiteit Brussel in Belgium. Her PhD research project focused on global and humanitarian health education, which combines her interests in global public health and medical education. Her research interests also include public health of vulnerable populations, health services and health system research in fragile and conflict-affected settings, and disaster preparedness and response. Her research spans various methodologies, including quantitative, qualitative, and mixed research methods, as well as action research.

Currently, Dr. Bahattab works as a postdoctoral researcher at the Center for Research and Training in Disaster Medicine, Humanitarian Aid, and Global Health at Università del Piemonte Orientale (UPO), Italy, where she is involved in various educational and training activities.

David Chartash, PhD

Lecturer in Biomedical Informatics and Data Science, Yale School of Medicine

Dr. David Chartash is Lecturer in Biomedical Informatics and Data Science at Yale School of Medicine. He earned his bachelor's degree in engineering science from The University of Western Ontario in electrical engineering, focusing on biomedical signals and systems analysis. He completed a masters degree in health science by research at the University of Toronto in clinical engineering, during the course of this degree, practicing as an engineer at the Toronto Health Economics and Technology Assessment Collaborative and Toronto General Hospital. He holds a doctorate in philosophy from Indiana University Bloomington, specializing in medical informatics and complex systems. During the course of this doctorate he was a fellow at the Center for Biomedical Informatics at the Regenstrief Institute, as well as the Department of Pediatrics at the Indiana University School of Medicine. Methodologically, his research aims to model information within the medical record and clinical encounter through the use of cognitive science, computational linguistic and complex systems science approaches.

Philipp Kanzow, MSc, Dr rer medic, PD Dr med dent

Senior Lecturer, Department of Preventive Dentistry, Periodontology and Cariology, University Medical Center Göttingen, Germany

Dr. Philipp Kanzow is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Preventive Dentistry, Periodontology and Cariology at the University Medical Center Göttingen, Germany. Besides working as a dentist, he is an active researcher and dental educator. His research focuses on Restorative Dentistry, Dental Education, Assessment, and Health Services Research.

Sreenivasulu Reddy Mogali, PhD

Associate Professor and Head of Anatomy at Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

Dr. Sreenivasulu Reddy Mogali is an Associate Professor and Head of Anatomy at Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine, Nanyang Technological University in Singapore. Dr. Mogali is a highly engaged academic professional who specializes in the fields of medical anatomy and medical education. He possesses a significant background in the development of curricula aimed at modernizing educational resources, assessments, and their delivery based on evidence-based educational theories, and frameworks. Dr. Mogali's research and scholarly pursuits center around the development and validation of emerging technologies, including 3D printing, extended reality, digital serious games, and artificial intelligence, as well as the development of conceptual frameworks for collaborative creativity and the neuroscience evidence about the influence of spatial ability on students’ learning of anatomy. He has authored more than 35 peer-reviewed papers, and his research findings have been published in journals including Anatomical Sciences Education, Medical Teacher, Scientific Reports, and Materials and Design, among others.

Dr. Mogali has been recognised for his significant contributions to educational innovation and the promotion of excellence in teaching with the receipt of the esteemed "Nanyang" Educator Award. He played a significant role in NTU’s successful 2021 submission for the renowned ASPIRE award for excellence in curriculum development. In 2022, Dr. Mogali achieved Senior Fellowship of the Higher Education Academy, UK, which serves as an international benchmark for assessing individual excellence in teaching and learning.

A. Hasan Sapci, MD

Associate Professor of Healthcare Informatics, Adelphi University, New York

Dr. A. Hasan Sapci is an Associate Professor of Healthcare Informatics and a family medicine physician with a profound understanding and extensive experience at the intersection of healthcare, medical artificial intelligence (AI), and health informatics. His expertise extends across various healthcare domains, including telemedicine, connected health, data analytics, wearable health technologies, telerobotics, and remote patient monitoring.Dr. Sapci has been at the forefront of developing competency frameworks to integrate AI training into health informatics and medical curricula. He holds the AI in Medicine certification from the American Board of Artificial Intelligence in Medicine and chairs a multidisciplinary AI task force. Additionally, he serves as a CAHIIM Health Informatics Accreditation Peer Reviewer.Dr. Sapci established a Telemedicine Simulation Laboratory and a second-generation Smarthome for Healthcare and Health Informatics Simulation & Training Laboratory. His development of a telemedicine implementation model garnered a Fostering Innovation Grant. He has participated in key committees for the US Department of Health and Human Services, Health Resources and Services Administration, and the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology.

Lorainne Tudor Car, MD MSc PhD

Assistant Professor of Evidence-Based Medicine, LKCMedicine, NTU Singapore; Honorary Senior Research Fellow, Department of Primary Care and Public Health, Imperial College London

Dr. Lorainne Tudor Car is an Assistant Professor of Evidence-Based Medicine at LKCMedicine, NTU Singapore and an Honorary Senior Research Fellow in the Department of Primary Care and Public Health, Imperial College London. Asst Prof Tudor Car is a Methods Editor for the Cochrane Public Health Group and Campbell Knowledge Translation and Implementation Group. She is a methodological lead for a global evidence synthesis initiative on digital education for health workforce development. Upon graduating in medicine, Asst Prof Tudor Car completed a PhD on the effectiveness of the integration of public health interventions into health systems. Her PhD included an innovative evidence synthesis with modelling of the Prevention of Mother to Child Transmission uptake cascade and informed the UNICEF consultation on women and children’s health. An ensuing Executive MSc in Health Economics, Policy and Management at the London School of Economics and Political Science further strengthened her concentration on the intricate relationships between health systems’ performance, economics and population health. Asst Prof Tudor Car’s research focuses on the use of digital technology for knowledge translation, education and behaviour change in patients and health professionals. More specifically, her research explores the use of conversational agents for the promotion of a healthy lifestyle and delivery of mental health interventions.

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Former Editor-in-Chief

Nabil Zary, MD, PhD, Mohammed Bin Rashid University of Medicine and Health Science, Dubai, UAE

Past Editorial Board Members

Brian Mavis, PhD, Professor and Director, Office of Medical Education Research, Michigan State University, USA

Bertalan Mesko, MD PhD, Semmelweis Medical School, The Medical Futurist, Budapest, Hungary

Francois Modave, PhD, Professor, Artificial Intelligence, University of Florida Health, USA

Aviv Shachak, PhD, Associate Professor, University of Toronto, Canada

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