Research & Publications
Brian C. Coleman, DC, MHS, is a clinician-scientist with a primary interest in the application of clinical informatics in pain research. Dr. Coleman’s background as a biomedical engineer, chiropractor, and informaticist has supported his early career work focusing on data mining, machine learning, and natural language processing of electronic health record data. He has published his research in peer-reviewed journals and conference proceedings, including the application of machine learning and natural language processing to data collected in chiropractic clinics. He has also published on responses to the COVID-19 Pandemic during clinical research, including leading the publication of a measure to assess individual impacts on pragmatic clinical trial study participants.
Dr. Coleman’s work has focused on pain care and clinical research in the Veterans Health Administration (VA) as part of the Pain Research, Informatics, Multimorbidities, and Education (PRIME) Center at VA Connecticut. His responsibilities include collaboration with the VA's National Chiropractic Program Office, the VA Health Services Research & Development Pain/Opioid Consortium of Research, and the NIH-DOD-VA Pain Management Collaboratory Coordinating Center (PMC3). Dr. Coleman also provides chiropractic care to U.S. military veterans at the VA Connecticut Healthcare System.
Education & Training
- MHSYale University School of Medicine, Clinical Research (2023)
- Postdoctoral Fellow, Medical InformaticsVA Connecticut Healthcare System (2020)
- DCUniversity of Bridgeport, Chiropractic (2017)
- BSUniversity of Connecticut, Biomedical Engineering (2013)
Honors & Recognition
|Clinical Scientist Career Development Award (K08)||National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health (NCCIH)||2022|
|SpineLine's "20 Under 40"||North American Spine Society||2020|