Graduated Clinical Scholars in Informatics Residents

2018-2020 Clinical Scholars in Informatics (CSI) Residents

Clinical Scholars in Informatics 2018

(left to right) Caleb Melancon, MD; Sean Hernandez, MD; Andrew Benefield, MD; Stephen Allan Petty, MD

Graduated Scholars

Andrew Joseph Benefield, MDAndrew Benefield, MD

Project Title: "Improving Social Determinants of Health through the Delivery of Community Resources"
Mentor Team: Ajay Dharod, MD (Informatics), Nancy Denizard-Thompson, MD (Internal Medicine)

Where is he now? Hematology/Oncology Fellow at Wake Forest School of Medicine with a focus in Cancer Informatics

 

Sean Michael Hernandez, MDSean Hernandez, MD

Project Title: "The Impact of an Automated Alert System to Primary Oncologists on Inpatient Goals-of-Care Conversations and End-of-Life Care"
Mentor Team: Ajay Dharod, MD (Informatics), Heidi Klepin, MD (Hematology/Oncology)

Where is he now? General Internal Medicine Informatics faculty, Wake Forest School of Medicine

 

Caleb Melancon, MD

Mentor Team: Ajay Dharod, MD (Informatics); Sean Rudnick, MD (Gastroenterology)
Project Title: "Design and Development of Clinical Decision Support Tools for Chronic Gastroenterological Disease Management"

Where is he now? Hospital Medicine, Baylor St. Luke’s, Houston

Stephen Allan Petty, MD

Mentor Team: Ajay Dharod, MD (Informatics); Carl Grey, MD (Palliative Care Gerontology & Geriatric Medicine)
Project Title: “Implementing Predictive Modeling to Increase Advance Care Planning Completion in Outpatient IM Resident Clinics”

Where is he now? Assistant Chief of Medicine, Wake Forest School of Medicine with a focus on Informatics and Cardiology

Peer-Reviewed Presentations, Posters, Manuscripts and Other Funding