A TATRC-West/SUMMIT Workshop
SUMMIT is a center in the School of Medicine dedicated to putting Stanford University at the forefront of medical and life-sciences education through the innovative use of information technology.
The Telemedicine and Advanced Technology Research Center (TATRC)
Gaming and Simulations Based Learning: Applications for Medicine
Speaker: Greg T. Mogel, MD
Dr. Mogel serves as Director, TATRC-West, and Assistant Professor of
Radiology and Biomedical Engineering at the University of Southern California
in Los Angeles, CA. Prior to his joining the University, Dr. Mogel spent
ten years as an active duty officer in the US Army Medical Corps. Dr.
Mogel was instrumental in the establishment of the Telemedicine and Advanced
Technology Research Center (TATRC) and served as its Deputy Director,
managing over $200M in advanced medical technology research for the US
Department of Defense outside of Washington, DC. As a civilian he continues
to serve as the Director of the TATRC-West Field Office in Marina del
Rey, CA., and Special Assistant to the Director of TATRC. Dr. Mogel remains
active in a wide variety of medical research programs ranging from digital
imaging to medical robotics. Dr. Mogel, a Diplomate of the American Board
of Radiology, received his medical training at the University of Pennsylvania
after graduating Summa Cum Laude from Temple University in Philadelphia,
PA. His research interests are related to the impact of advanced technology
on the practice of medicine and the development of novel applications
of medical imaging in the clinical setting by exploiting new forms of
networking, decision support and informatics.