Wade Schulz, MD, PhD
Wade is a clinical pathologist and physician scientist in the Department of Laboratory Medicine at Yale School of Medicine. His research focuses on computational healthcare, where he studies approaches to integrate, manage, and analyze large healthcare data sets, including real-time healthcare information, next generation sequencing, and other emerging healthcare data types. Dr. Schulz has led multiple big data and computational healthcare projects including the implementation of data science platforms, development of computer vision and artificial intelligence tools for physician decision support and dynamic modeling, and the integration and interoperability of electronic health record data. Dr. Schulz also collaborates on international initiatives that aim to use big data to improve population health and precision medicine, such as the China Million Persons Project. As Director of Technology at Hugo Health, Dr. Schulz leads strategic initiatives for technology research, development, and implementation.