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Christophe Lambert, PhD

Clinical Informatics Module Lead

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Phone: (505) 272-9709

Introduction and Research Interests

Christophe G. Lambert, Ph.D., is an Associate Professor of Medicine at the University of New Mexico, with appointments in the Center for Global Health and the Division of Translational Informatics within the Department of Internal Medicine. He is also the founder, past CEO and current Chairman of Golden Helix, a Bozeman-based bioinformatics company whose software has been cited in over 1000 peer reviewed genomics research publications over the past 20 years. Dr. Lambert’s current research is in: (1) methods to derive high-quality evidence from large-scale patient medical records; (2) longitudinal comparative effectiveness of bipolar disorder therapies using large-scale observational data; and (3) the genetics of pediatric diseases. Throughout his career, he has been an advocate and exemplar of applying systems thinking to the challenging problems affecting health care and health care research, with numerous articles and presentations diagnosing systemic problems and prescribing the change management required for improvement. Dr. Lambert received his bachelor’s degree from Montana State University, and a Ph.D. in computer science from Duke University.

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