Marie Nolan, former professor and the M. Adelaide Nutting Endowed Chair, is internationally known for her work on patient and family decision making in the face of critical illness. Her pioneering end-of-life research has revealed that instead of the autonomous decision making model prevalent in clinical practice and health care policy, most critically ill patients…
Katherine A. Marx works to develop sustainable, nonpharmalogical interventions for dementia sufferers and their caregivers for the Center for Innovative Care in Aging. Her research includes tailoring specific activities that can reduce depression and agitation and address behavioral issues in patients.
Christopher Chute is a Bloomberg Distinguished Professor in Health Informatics, a physician-scientist and biomedical informatician known for biomedical terminologies and health information technology standards. He chairs the World Health Organization Revision Steering Group for the revision of the International Classification of Diseases. Dr. Chute has academic appointments in the School of Medicine (Division of General…