I have a BA, cum laude, in psychology from NYU, 1973. I have an MD from Rush Medical College, Chicago, 1981. I completed an internship and anesthesiology residency at Rush-Presbyterian-St. Luke's Medical Center in 1984. I was Director of Anesthesia at Heritage Hospital, Tarboro, NC, from 1984 through 1986. I was Director of Anesthesia at the Community Hospital of Rocky Mount, Rocky Mount, NC, from 1986 through 1994, and a staff anesthesiologist there through 1997. Now I am a National Library of Medicine Fellow and a graduate student in the Electrical Engineering and Computer Science department of MIT's School of Engineering. My research advisor is Dr. Peter Szolovits, head of the Clinical Decision Making Group of the MIT Laboratory for Computer Science. My wife is Dr. Teresita Lim King, MD, FACOG. My daughter is Ms. Joy Nakrin, Haverford College Class of 2002.
I am seeking ideas and collaborators for projects involving real time decision support in anesthesiology. If you have any ideas or suggestions, I would greatly appreciate hearing from you.