James Edward Pugh

JAMES EDWARD PUGH received the degree from the St Marys Hospital Medical School, London, U.K., in 2003. He completed six years of post-graduate medical education in U.K., before immigrating to Canada in 2009 to complete his pediatric residency training with The Hospital for Sick Children. Upon nishing his residency, he continued with the University of Toronto to pursue a fellowship in neonatal and perinatal medicine, which he completed in 2012. He is currently an Assistant Clinical Professor with the Department of Pediatrics' Division of Neonatology. His research interests include the development of information/ communication technology in medicine. He is currently enrolled in a master's program in health informatics with the University of Ontario Institute of Technology. Specically, he is interested in real-time computer assisted decision support and early warning systems. For his master's thesis, he is developing and validating a novel computer algorithm to detect and classify neonatal spells in real-time. In addition to his passion for technology, he is reputed for his patient care. During his neonatology fellowship, he received the University of Toronto's 2011 Audrey-Tan Day Humanitarian Award and the 2012 SickKids Student Humanitarian Award in recognition of his compassion and humanitarianism in providing care to children and their families.

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Health Informatics for Neonatal Intensive Care Units: An Analytical Modeling Perspective
The effective use of data within intensive care units (ICUs) has great potential to create new cloud-based health analytics solutions for disease prevention or earlier condition onset detection. The Artemis project aims to achieve the above goals in the area... Read more