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Informatics

Jon Holmes

Clinical Assistant Professor of Informatics

Office: BA 541

(208) 282-3215

holmjona@isu.edu

MBA Idaho State University
BBA Idaho State University

Years of service: August 2015 (informatics) 2003 (Computing-related positions)
Professor Holmes focuses on application development and implementation using Internet-based applications. He has been developing web projects and applications over the last 20 years. Homes has taught courses in both Informatics and Computer Science. He was formerly a Systems Analyst with the Informatics Research Institute. He has been involved in research projects that use the internet as a common platform.

Robert “Bob” Houghton, Ph.D.

Clinical Assistant Professor of Informatics

Office: BA 317c

(208) 282-3040

hougrobe@isu.edu

BM Utah State
MS Utah State
Ph.D. Utah State University

Dr. Houghton has served as both an Informatics professor as well as the previous systems administrator for the College of Business. In his role as a professor, Dr. Houghton takes his real world experiences and applies them in the classroom to help provide further insight to students. Through his research, Houghton works to find new ways of keeping data safe and accessible.

Tom Ottaway

Dean, Professor of Informatics

Office: BA 204

(208) 282-2601

ottathom@isu.edu

Ph.D. Texas Tech University
MS Texas Tech University
BS Wichita State University

Velma Payne, Ph.D.

Program Director of Health Informatics

Office: BA 533

(208) 282-5731

paynvelm@isu.edu

Ph.D. Biomedical Informatics
M.S. Biomedical Informatics
M.B.A. Robert Morris College
M.S. Computer Information Systems
B.S. Computer Science

Dr. Payne is the Program Director of Health Informatics in the College of Business, with a dual appointment as Assistant Professor in the Kasiska Division of Health Sciences. Dr. Payne has had a progressive 35-year career in Information Technology before entering academia. Her entrepreneurial spirit resulted in co-ownership of a non-profit LLC that developed healthcare computer applications to enhance clinical practice. Her research focuses on diagnostic errors, patient experience and engagement, use of feedback and metacognition to enhance clinical reasoning, cognitive aspects of medical decision-making and the impact of cognitive heuristics and biases on diagnosis.

Corey Schou, Ph.D.

Professor of Informatics

Office: BA 439

(208) 282-3194

schocore@isu.edu

Ph.D. Florida State University
MS Florida State University
BS Rollins College

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