The BioGears conference will provide the community of medical modeling and simulation professionals a place to discuss advancing the current state-of-the-art in physiological modeling. Conference admission will be free to all who register.
This conference will initiate discussions on how to develop and extend BioGears physiology models for new users and use cases, and will expand the body of knowledge regarding the use of simulated physiology for medical education.
You do not need to be actively using BioGears to attend or submit an abstract. For any questions, please contact our organizer.
COL Jeremy Pamplin has been the Director for the Telemedicine and Advanced Technology Research Center since June 2019, a position he assumed following his role as Deputy Director starting in August 2018. Prior to this assignment, he was the Director of Virtual Critical Care at Madigan Army Medical Center. During that assignment, he began the first Army Tele Critical Care service and integrated it with the Navy’s Tele Critical Care service to form the Joint Tele Critical Care Network. Prior to that assignment, he was the Chief of Clinical Trials in Burns and Trauma and the Medical Director of the U.S. Army Burn Intensive Care Unit at the U.S. Army Institute of Surgical Research. He has served as medical director of surgical and medical ICUs since completing his Critical Care Medicine fellowship at Walter Reed Army Medical Center in 2007. COL Pamplin has deployed in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom: once to Iraq as the Chief of Critical Care for the 86th Combat Support Hospital and once to Afghanistan as the Deputy Deployed Medical Director for the 33rd Field Hospital and the American Contingent’s physician leader. He is the Principle Investigator of multiple projects investigating the impact of telemedicine and health information technology in austere, operational environments. He remains the medical director for the ADvanced VIrtual Support for OpeRational forces (ADVISOR) program that he helped create in order to deliver a range of operational virtual health capabilities to deployed forces. He received a bachelor of science from West Point in 1997 and his medical degree from the Uniformed Services University in 2001.