Jonathan P. Wanderer, MD, MPhil, FASA, FAMIA
FOCUS: HIT, predictive modeling
Dr. Wanderer is a Professor of Anesthesiology and Biomedical Informatics. He completed his anesthesiology residency at Massachusetts General Hospital. He is focused on applying clinical informatics to advance medicine, and has a deep background in electronic health records, clinical decision support and data science. He enjoys developing novel technology-based solutions for complex operational and research challenges within surgical and inpatient care.
He is the Associate Fellowship Director for the Clinical Informatics Fellowship Program and co-course director for the Foundations of Clinical Informatics in the Masters of Applied Clinical Informatics Program. He leads Vanderbilt's Physician Builder program and is Medical Director of Perioperative Informatics. At the Anesthesia Quality Institute, he is the Vice Chair for the Registry Operations and Data Definitions Committees, and is President of the Society for Technology in Anesthesia. He also serves on Epic’s Anesthesiology Specialty Steering Board, and is Associate Medical Director for Vanderbilt's Preoperative Evaluation Center.
Education & Training
BS – University of Pennsylvania, College of Arts and Sciences
BAS – University of Pennsylvania, School of Engineering and Applied Sciences
MPhil – University of Cambridge, Department of Pharmacology
MD – University of Pennsylvania, School of Medicine
Internal Medicine Intership – Pennsylvania Hospital
Anesthesiology Residency – Massachusetts General Hospital