Marc M. Triola

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Marc Triola

Associate Professor, Department of Medicine
Director, Institute for Innovations in Medical Education
Associate Dean Educational Informatics

Contact Info

Address
550 First Avenue
New York, NY 10016

212/263-6694
Marc.Triola@nyumc.org

Education

— New York University School of Medicine / Mt. Sinai School of Medicine, Clinical Fellowships
1998 — New York University School of Medicine, Medical Education

Research Summary

Marc Triola, MD, FACP is the Associate Dean for Educational Informatics at NYU School of Medicine, the founding director of the NYU Langone Medical Center Institute for Innovations in Medical Education (IIME), and an Associate Professor of Medicine. Dr. Triola's research experience and expertise focuses on the disruptive effects of the present revolution in education, driven by technological advances, big data, and learning analytics. Dr. Triola has worked to create a 'learning ecosystem' that includes inter-connected computer-based e-learning tools and new ways to effectively integrate growing amounts of electronic data in educational research. He has also extensively studied the use of Virtual Patients, and the assessment of change in knowledge and attitudes resulting from computer-assisted instruction. Dr. Triola and IIME have been funded by the NIH, the IAIMS program, the NSF Advanced Learning Technologies Program, the Josiah Macy, Jr. Foundation, the U.S. Department of Education, and the AMA ‘Accelerating Change’ program. He chairs numerous committees at the state and national level focused on the future of health professions educational technology development and research. He gave a ‘TED Talk’ at TEDMED 2012 and published his first textbook, “Biostatistics for the Biological and Health Sciences”

Dr. Triola received his BA from the Johns Hopkins University and MD at NYU School of Medicine. He completed residency training in Internal Medicine at NYU School of Medicine and subsequently served as Chief Resident for the Internal Medicine Training Program. He completed a Research Fellowship in Medical Informatics at Mount Sinai School of Medicine. In previous roles at NYU, he has served as the Director of the Division of Educational Informatics, the Chief of the Section of Medical Informatics, the Associate Director of the Center for Health Information Preparedness, and the Director of Research for Advanced Educational Systems.

Research Keywords

medical informatics, simulation of complex systems, adaptive hypermedia

In Reply to Robison et al and White et al
Berman, Norman B; Durning, Steven J; Fischer, Martin R; Huwendiek, Soeren; Triola, Marc M. In Reply to Robison et al and White et al. Academic medicine. 2017 Jan;92(1):10-10 (2383262)

The Role for Virtual Patients in the Future of Medical Education
Berman, Norman B; Durning, Steven J; Fischer, Martin R; Huwendiek, Soren; Triola, Marc M. The Role for Virtual Patients in the Future of Medical Education. Academic medicine. 2016 Sep;91(9):1217-1222 (2024352)

HEALTHCARE BY THE NUMBERS: A PROGRAM TO TEACH DATA SCIENCE TO MEDICAL STUDENTS
Jubelt, Lindsay E; Crowe, Ruth; Pusic, Martin; Schwartz, Mark D; Triola, Marc. HEALTHCARE BY THE NUMBERS: A PROGRAM TO TEACH DATA SCIENCE TO MEDICAL STUDENTS [Meeting Abstract]. Journal of general internal medicine. 2015 APR;30:S497-S497 (1730202)

E-Learning with virtual teammates: A novel approach to interprofessional education
Djukic, Maja; Adams, Jennifer; Fulmer, Terry; Szyld, Demian; Lee, Sabrina; Oh, So-Young; Triola, Marc. E-Learning with virtual teammates: A novel approach to interprofessional education. Journal of interprofessional care. 2015 ;29(5):476-482 (1649522)

What is the role of e-learning? Looking past the hype
Cook, David A; Triola, Marc M. What is the role of e-learning? Looking past the hype. Medical education. 2014 Sep;48(9):930-937 (1141622)