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Philip

Philip J. Kroth, MD, MS is the director of biomedical informatics research, training and scholarship at the University of New Mexico (UNM) Health Sciences Library and Informatics Center and section chief for Clinical Informatics in the UNM Department of Internal Medicine, Translational Informatics Division. Dr. Kroth is also an associate professor in the UNM School of Medicine. Before coming to UNM in 2004, Dr. Kroth received a B.S. in Computer Engineering from the Rochester Institute of Technology in 1987, graduated medical school at the Medical College of Ohio in 1991 and completed a residency in internal medicine at the State University of New York at Buffalo in 1999. He completed a research fellowship in biomedical informatics at the Regenstrief Institute at the Indiana University Medical Center where he also earned an M.S. in clinical research in 2003. In addition to practicing as a board certified general internist, he directs a post-doctoral research fellowship in biomedical informatics. Dr. Kroth was elected to be the chair of the American Medical Informatics Association Academic Forum for 2015. Dr. Kroth’s areas of research focus include adapting clinical records for research, assessing the impact of health information technology on user stress and fatigue, and the promotion of open access publication.

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Simone
Dr
MA
USA

I am a second-year resident at the Boston Combined Residency Program in pediatrics. I am originally from California, and did my first year of residency at Children's Hospital Oakland before transferred to Boston to be with my husband. However, we both plan to move back to the west in the next few years. Before medical school, I worked as a Spanish-English interpreter for about a year and a half. I also spent some time working at the US-Mexico border and taught ESL in immigrant communities in South Philadelphia when I was a medical student. I hope to develop a career in migrant health and would love to talk with some of your staff about their careers and work.

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Clara

Dr. Clara Cabanis is the Migrant Health Director of Salud Family Health Centers of Fort Lupton, Colorado. As Migrant Health Director Dr. Cabanis ensures that migrant and other underserved populations have access to healthcare and referral care needed. She has worked with migrant and underserved populations since 2002. Dr. Cabanis oversees and coordinates all aspects of the migrant health program and mobile unit for Salud Family Health Centers.

Dr. Cabanis completed her initial education at the Javeriana University in Bogota, Colombia where she practiced medicine. Then she attended Regis University in Denver, CO where she completed her Masters in Health Services Administration and was graduated with honors in 2006. She is married and has one daughter.

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CHRISTINE

INTERESTED IN SHARING AND RECEIVING VALUABLE INFORMATION FROM YOUR NETWORK TO ASSIST US PROVIDE EFFIICENT MEDICAL SERVICES IN GHANA

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Mariana
MD

MD Mexico, Universidad La Salle
MSc Epidemiology Johns Hopkins School of Public Health
PhD Candidate Epidemiology Johns Hopkins School of Public Health

Areas of interest: Migrant health. Diabetes and Liver Diseases

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