Technology Services

Gary Leydon

As the Associate Director for Technology Services I look forward to providing consultation to YSM's learning community about a wide range of topics pertaining to digital technology. My areas of expertise include website design and development, custom software solutions, mobile computing, e-learning systems, and multimedia. 


I'm excited to learn about your needs and contribute to the enhancement and integration of the curriculum with the latest innovative technology.

Please email or call me anytime.

Email: Gary.Leydon@yale.edu

Phone: 203-737-6408



Websites Developed at the TLC

clinicalSkillsPng

Clinical Skills »

Developed with clinician educators Peggy Bia and Geoffrey Connors. This teaching tool, was designed around video clips from Geoffrey Connors teaching clinical reasoning to medical students. Geoff explains how he uses the Wiese method as one technique to develop clinical reasoning.
CulturalCompetency

Cultural Competency Module »

Developed in collaboration with Dr. Esperanza Diaz, Lei Wang, Yale CME, and Gary Leydon to provide an online training module to residents and fellows for their cultural competency CME requirement.
instructionalVideo

Instructional Video »

Developed with Dean of the Curriculum Michael Schwartz for viewing and displaying short 'instructional' videos developed for undergraduate medical education. The videos can be annotated with voice and graphics and may be built from an existing presentation, or created by annotating over a video recording of a skill (e.g. well baby exam).
podcastLecture

Lecture Capture Podcasts »

Developed with Dean of the Curriculum Michael Schwartz to consolidate and categorize all first and second year lecture podcasts. This site gives students and faculty a simple interface to all of our recorded lectures for the current academic year as well as the previous year.
pharmacokinetics

Pharmacokinetics »

Developed with the Pharmacology Course Director James Howe and clinician educator Michael Hodsdon. This interactive web application was designed to help both educators and students visualize the complex mathematical implications of pharmacokinetics.