Dr. Wiley seeks to harness the power of electronic medical records (EMRs) for precision medicine. From phenomics to pharmacogenomics, her primary goal is to help improve patient care by using and applying data, big and small alike.
Dr. Wiley is interested in teaching students and researchers how to effectively use electronic medical records for research. She co-leads the course "Practical Clinical Research Informatics: Tools and Techniques" for the Biomedical Data Science Certificate Program and a big data elective for first and second year medical students
- PhD, Vanderbilt University, 2016
- MS, Vanderbilt University, 2014
- BSCh, University of Denver, 2009
- BS, University of Denver, 2009
What makes you passionate about or interested in biostatistics?
My dad and all the patients like him (he suffered from a severe drug adverse reaction). From translational bioinformatics (finding genetic variants predicting the reaction) to clinical informatics (enabling clinical decision support to help doctors identify best therapies) - these informatics disciplines work together to protect future patients from getting harmed by a drug meant to help. This promise to patients is why I get up every day and am proud to be an informatician.