About Us

Founded in 2013, IIME is a multidisciplinary team of faculty educators, education scientists, informaticians, and developers who apply the science of education and informatics to transform teaching, learning, and assessment at every level of NYU Langone Medical Center. IIME combines advances in education strategies with new informatics solutions to connect the three missions of NYU Langone — patient care, research, and education — resulting in a research and innovation program that is translational and can provide direct benefits to our patients. With 23 full-time staff and more than 30 affiliate faculty, IIME is one of the largest medical education innovation groups in the country.

IIME faculty are either Principal Investigators or key collaborators on all three of NYU School of Medicine’s major education consortium grants: the AMA Accelerating Change Consortium, the AAMC Entrustable Professional Activities Consortium, and the Josiah Macy Jr. Foundation’s consortium for Accelerated Pathway Programs in Medical Education. In addition to successful grant awards, IIME faculty and staff have published several manuscripts in the top education journals, made dozens of presentations at national conferences, and chaired numerous national committees. 

IIME offers several consulting services to support faculty educators at NYULMC. These services include grant submission and IRB support for medical education research projects, educational technology for in-person and distance education, the Digital Press for faculty publishing of educational books and resources, biostatistics and methods support for educational and qualitative data, and evaluation/survey design. For questions, email iimemailbox@nyumc.org.

Education Technology

  • Learner iPad Program
  • Data Warehousing and Analytics
  • Resources

Education Grants

  • Integrated Care Coordination and Analysis Curriculum
  • Learning Analytics and Medical Images
  • NYU3T: Teaching, Technology and Teamwork

Digital Press

  • Explore free and paid books for medical education