Christopher G. Chute
Christopher G. Chute

Christopher G. Chute, MD

  • Bloomberg Distinguished Professor
  • Professor

Departmental Affiliations

  • Health Policy and Management (Primary)
  • School of Medicine (Primary)
  • School of Nursing (Primary)

Center & Institute Affiliations

  • The Johns Hopkins Institute for Clinical and Translational Research

Contact Information

2024 E. Monument Street
Suite 1-202
Baltimore, Maryland 21205

P:  410-955-0532
E: chute@jhu.edu

Full CV: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/10350681/CG%20Chute-CV.pdf
Google Scholar: https://scholar.google.com/citations?hl=en&user=y7sYtpcAAAAJ
Mayo Clinic emeritus: http://www.mayo.edu/research/faculty/chute-christopher-g-m-d-dr-p-h/bio-20212214


Education

DrPH, Harvard University, 1990
MPH, Harvard University, 1982
MD, Brown University, 1982
AB, Brown University, 1977

Overview

Dr. Chute is founding PI of the eMERGE project at Mayo Clinic, which has pioneered techniques for high-throughput phenotyping from the EMR.  He was also PI of the SHARP (Strategic Health IT Advanced Research Projects) on Secondary Data Use, and Co-PI on the SE MN Beacon Community for HIT (Health Information Technology)   standards-based data exchange, both awards from HHS/ONC. Additionally, Dr. Chute is involved in national and international efforts to define clinical phenotypes and their associated HIT (Health Information Technology) standards.  These roles include most pertinently Chair of the ICD (International Classification of Disease) Revision process at WHO for ICD-11 with an emphasis on scientific consensus of clinical phenotype.  Related efforts include Chair of the ISO Technical Committee on Health Informatics (TC215), service on, the HL7 Advisory Council and an initial member of the US HIT Standards Committee at HHS/ONC appointed by Secretary Sebelius.  Scientifically, Dr. Chute is PI of the Pharmacogenomics Research Network phenotyping vocabulary resource, and is co-PI on the NIH National Center for Biomedical Computing effort within the National Center for Biomedical Ontology.

Honors and honors

1980       CIBA Award for Outstanding Community Service, Brown University Program in Medicine

1980       Arnold Fellowship for Research Travel Abroad, Brown University

1981       Charles H. Smith Fellowship, Harvard University

1998       Homer Warner Award (AMIA Annual Symposium) Most Outstanding Contrib. [Senior co-author]

2002       President’s Award, American Medical Informatics Association

2015       President Elect, American College of Medical Informatics (ACMI)