Dr. Mark Hoffman received his Ph.D. from the University of Wisconsin – Madison and performed post-doctoral research at the National Animal Disease Center in Ames, Iowa. Before joining UMKC, he spent 16 years leading genomics, public health and research initiatives at Cerner Corporation, where he was a Vice President. In addition to his peer-reviewed publications, Mark is an inventor on 16 issued patents.
CDC funded use of laboratory and medical data warehouses to support quality improvement.
Pharmacogenomic knowledge representation and decision support.
Influence of patient context on health, what I refer to as the ‘Envirome’.