Pathology Informatics

James Madory

James E. Madory, D.O.

Division Director

The MUSC Department of Pathology Division of Pathology Informatics is staffed by three faculty members and two computing and information technology specialists. The staff has greater than 40 years combined experience in clinical and research informatics.

Areas of expertise include:

  • Laboratory information systems
  • Integration of laboratory data with electronic health records
  • Bioinformatics
  • Clinical molecular pipelines
  • Machine learning
  • Clinical and research software application development
  • Digital Health
  • Regulatory compliance
  • Information technology security
  • Business development
  • End-user support

The team provides technology and support for researchers at MUSC as well as a dozen academic medical centers across the United States and Canada. Supporting contracts include the United States Veterans Health Administration’s Headache and Epilepsy Centers of Excellence, to provide clinical dashboards for monitoring patient reported outcomes, mobile sensor data, and user activities performed under partially controlled conditions.

The division is responsible for training medical students, residents, and fellows in informatics concepts, and assists in development of informatics-related research projects.

Staff

Daniel Couch
Systems Programmer III

Jason Flamm
Information Resources Consultant

William Glen, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor

James Madory, D.O.
Assistant Professor

Christopher Metts, M.D.
Assistant Professor