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Blum, Bruce I(van)

BLUM, Bruce I(van).

BLUM, Bruce I(van). American, b. 1931. Genres: Information science/Computers. Career: Fairleigh Dickinson University, Teaneck, NJ, instructor in history and social science, 1955-60; teacher at public schools in New Brunswick, NJ, 1960-62; Johns Hopkins University, Applied Physics Laboratory, Silver Spring, MD, senior staff mathematician, 1962-67; National Space Science Data Center, systems analyst and deputy project director, 1967-69, manager of information systems department and project director for Earth Resources Technology Satellite, 1969-70; Wolf Research and Development Corp., Riverdale, MD, vice-president and manager of information systems department, 1970-73; TRW Systems, McLean, VA, senior systems engineer and assistant manager of Fleet Command Support Center Program, 1973-74; Johns Hopkins University, School of Medicine, Baltimore, MD, assistant professor, 1975-83, associate professor of biomedical engineering, 1983-94, and assistant professor of oncology, also senior staff mathematician with Applied Physics Laboratory, Laurel, MD, 1974-79, principal professional staff member, 1979-94. Beijing Medical University, visiting professor, 1988; lecturer throughout the world. Photographer, with group and solo shows throughout the United States. Publications: Clinical Information Systems, 1986; TEDIUM and the Software Process, 1990; Software Engineering: A Holistic View, 1992; Beyond Programming To a New Era of Design, 1996. EDITOR: Proceedings: Sixth Annual Symposium on Computer Applications in Medical Care, 1982; Information Systems for Patient Care, 1984; (with R. Salamon and M. Jorgensen) MEDINFO-86, two vols, 1986; ACM Conference on the History of Medical Informatics, 1987; (with H.F. Orthner) Implementing Health Care Information Systems, 1989; (with J.P. Enterline and R.E. Lenhard) A Clinical Information System for Oncology, 1989; (with K. Duncan) A History of Medical Informatics, 1990; (with T. Timmers) Software Engineering in Medical Informatics, 1991; Computers in Medicine (series). Contributor to scientific journals. Address: 5605 Vantage Point Rd., Columbia, MD 21044, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]

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