Andrew P. Michelson, MD
Assistant Professor of Medicine
Division of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine
School of Medicine
Andrew P. Michelson, MD, is a Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine physician at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis and is the Director for Critical Care Informatics Research. His interests revolve around the direct application of emerging healthcare technologies and informatics tools within the hospital system to improve the delivery of precision care.
Dr. Andrew P. Michelson joined the Department of Medicine in the division of Pulmonology and Critical Care Medicine as an Assistant Professor in July 2020 and serves as Director for Critical Care Informatics Research. He is a physician-scientist with research interests in critical care outcomes, clinical informatics, and healthcare technology. His current research interests include: (1) the use of artificial intelligence / machine learning (AI/ML) to develop clinical prediction models for disease detection and treatment, with an emphasis on sepsis (life-threatening organ dysfunction due to an infectious process), (2) the evaluation of models for clinical deterioration, and (3) the evaluation and implementation of novel healthcare technology. Leveraging his clinical informatics background, Dr. Michelson has also started collaborative efforts using AI/ML to predict resistance to carbapenem antibiotics and post-lung transplant outcomes.
Dr. Michelson received his medical degree from Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine. He then completed his internal medicine residency at the Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis before serving as Chief Resident for the Department of Medicine. Dr. Michelson remained at Washington University in St. Louis to complete his Pulmonary and Critical Care Fellowship, while also serving as Chief Fellow for the Division of Pulmonary and Critical Care. During this time, he also completed the requirements to become board certified in Clinical Informatics and was selected as a 2019 awardee for the prestigious Knowlton Award.
Dr. Michelson attends in the Medical and Oncology Intensive Care Units at Barnes-Jewish Hospital and serves as the Director for Critical Care Informatics Research. He is board certified in Internal Medicine and Pulmonology and serves as an editor for JAMIA Open. He is a member of the American Thoracic Society as well as the American Medical Informatics Association.
- Interventional approaches to critical care medicine using artificial intelligence / machine learning to predict modifiable outcomes using electronic health record information
- Improving care quality through the evaluation and implementation of novel health information technologies within the hospital system and expanding the delivery of precision of medicine
- Comparison of Sepsis Definitions as Automated Criteria. Critical Care Medicine
- Comparison of Early Warning Scores for Sepsis Early Identification and Prediction in the General Ward Setting. JAMIA Open
- Sepsis Prediction for the General Ward Setting. Frontiers in Digital Health
- A Pragmatic Machine Learning Model To Predict Carbapenem Resistance. Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy
- Respiratory Support Status from EHR Data for Adult Population: Classification, Heuristics, and Usage in Predictive Modeling. Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association
- Self-explaining Neural Network with Plausible Explanations Working Paper