Andrew Reisner, M.D.

Physician Investigator (Cl)
Emergency Medicine, Mass General Research Institute
Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine
Harvard Medical School
Associate Physician
Emergency Medicine, Massachusetts General Hospital
MD Harvard medical school 1997
algorithms; blood pressure determination; cardiac output; diagnosis computer-assisted; hemorrhage; hypokalemia; hypovolemia; models cardiovascular; monitoring physiologic; patient monitoring; photoplethysmography; vital signs; wearable sensors; wounds and injuries

Dr. Reisner is the author or co-author of over 80 peer-reviewed articles and conference proceedings largely focused on novel healthcare technologies.  One major thrust has been monitoring technologies for vigilant identification of patients with imminent clinical deterioration.

A second thrust has been the design of information system interfaces to optimize clinician efficiency and efficacy.  Dr. Reisner's long-term research collaborations have involved the United States Army Biotechnology High Performance Computing Software Applications Institute (; MIT's Laboratory for Computational Physiology ( and their MIMIC II clinical database; and the wearable sensors group of MITs d'Arbeloff Laboratory (

Dr. Reisner has been the PI or co-PI on projects funded by the USAMRMC, the United States National Institute of Health, the United States National Science Foundation, the Center for the Integration of Medicine and Innovative Technology, and the Partners Healthcare Research Council.

Dr. Reisner has served as an ad hoc reviewer for numerous leading medical journals, and on grant review panels including the European Space Agency and European Science Foundation.

Publications Clinical Profile

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