David Warner, MD/PhD
Warner, a medical neuroscientist, has an MD/PhD from Loma Linda University, is the director of the Institute for Interventional Informatics, and has gained international recognition for pioneering new methods of physiologically based human-computer interaction. Warner’s research efforts have focused on advanced instrumentation and new methods of analysis which can be applied to evaluating various aspects of human function as it relates to human-computer interaction. Application areas for this work include quantitative assessment of human performance, augmentative communication systems, environmental controls for the disabled, medical communications, and integrated interactive educational systems. Warner is particularly active in technology transfer of aerospace and other defense derived technologies to the fields of health care and education. Specific areas of interest are: advanced instrumentation for the acquisition and analysis of medically relevant biological signals; intelligent informatic systems which augment both the general flow of medical information and provide decision support for the health care professional; public accesses health information databases; and advanced training technologies.