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People in the News: Titus Schleyer


The Regenstrief Institute, a non-profit research organization affiliated with Indiana University School of Medicine, has tapped Titus Schleyer to lead its center for biomedical informatics.

He will also serve as co-director of translational informatics with the Indiana Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute.

Schleyer joins the Regenstrief Institute from the University of Pittsburgh, where he was an associate professor of dental public health. He was also the founding director of the dental school's center for dental informatics and the co-director of the medical school's biomedical informatics training program.

Schleyer obtained a Doctor of Dental Medicine and a PhD in molecular biology from the University of Frankfurt. He subsequently received a second dental degree and an MBA in health administration from Temple University.

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