Marc Triola

Dr. Marc Triola is the Associate Dean for Educational Informatics at NYU School of Medicine. He directs the NYU School of Medicine Division of Educational Informatics (DEI), one of the largest medical educational technology laboratories in the country. Dr. Triola's research experience and expertise includes computer-based medical education, the use of Virtual Patients, and the assessment of change in knowledge and attitudes resulting from computer-assisted instruction. He chairs numerous committees at the state and national level, focused on the future of health professions educational technology development and research. DEI has played a key role in transforming medical education locally and is recognized internationally as a leader of innovation within medical education. Dr. Triola and DEI have been funded by the NIH, the IAIMS program, the National Science Foundation Advanced Learning Technologies Program, the Centers for Disease Control, and the U.S. Department of Education. Dr. Triola is currently the Principal Investigator of a grant from the Josiah Macy, Jr. Foundation to support the development of NYU 3T: Teaching, Technology, Teamwork, which provides NYU medical and nursing students with longitudinal exposure to a diverse patient population and systematic interdisciplinary education in the competencies of team-based care; the first large scale medical-nursing education collaborative at NYU. His first textbook, Biostatistics for the Biological and Health Sciences, was published by Addison Wesley.

Can medical school be a “Fantastic Voyage?” (Marc Triola)

Science Kit for Mark Triola & John Qualter



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Thanks again for your interest,

Marc Triola and John Qualter
NYU School of Medicine and Biodigital Systems