Research & Publications
Andrew Loza is a physician-scientist whose research focuses on predictive analytics and population health. He received his PhD from Washington University in St. Louis in biophysics studying mechanisms of collective cell migration using time lapse microscopy coupled with computer vision methods and simulation. He completed his MD degree at the Yale University School of Medicine and residency in Internal Medicine – Pediatrics also at Yale. During this time he contributed to development of a COVID-19 census prediction model and conducted research on the effect of COVID-19 on routine pediatric outpatient care. He is currently a Clinical Informatics fellow in the ACGME Yale/VA program led by Dr. Edward Melnick with clinical work at the Yale Internal Medicine – Pediatrics Clinic.
Education & Training
- PhDWashington University in St. Louis (2016)
- MDYale School of Medicine