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2022 Clinical Informatics Fellows

Published on July 29, 2022 in Announcements · Last Updated 2 months 3 weeks ago


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Each year, the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia accepts two fellows into the Clinical Informatics Fellowship program. Read on to learn about our new fellows for 2022-2024.

Andi Fu, MD
Andi comes to Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) as a home grown product after completing medical school at Perelman School of Medicine, psychiatric residency at Penn Medicine, child and adolescent psychiatry fellowship at CHOP, and then practicing for 5 years as an attending specializing in emergency psychiatric care in the CHOP ED. Her interest in Informatics started during fellowship and continued to grow during her years of practice during which she was involved in QI education and numerous quality improvement projects looking to improve access and care during a period of mental health crisis. In addition to pediatric mental health, she is also passionate about reducing health disparities with a focus on LGBTQ youth, medical education, and how informatics can improve access to care and bolster translational research. She earned her bachelor’s degrees from Johns Hopkins University after growing up in China, Thailand, and the United States.

Casey Pitts, MD
Casey Pitts is currently a dual fellow in Clinical Informatics and Pediatric Emergency Medicine. She completed her undergraduate studies at New York University, majoring in Psychology and Chemistry. She then went on to pursue her medical degree at Albert Einstein College of Medicine where she participated in various research projects. Currently, Casey serves as a Pediatric Specialist at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. Currently, her research centers around improving clinical documentation. Casey looks forward to expanding her knowledge in clinical informatics.

Learn more about our Clinical Informatics Fellows.