Daniel Karlin, MA, MD

Director Of Monitoring & Evaluation

Dr. Daniel Karlin is a board certified academic psychiatrist and medical informatician. He is currently an Attending Psychiatrist & Director of Psychiatry Informatics at Tufts Medical Center as well as a Clinical Translational Fellow in Computational Neuromedicine & Exploratory Human Biology at Pfizer, Inc. Additionally, he currently teaches, serves as an administrator, runs informatics projects and investigates their impact, has found and advises medical technology related startups and has invented two medical devices. Dr. Karlin’s research interests are novel strategies in neuropharmaceutical development and cognition in clinical medicine; specifically assessing decision-making strategies used by medical professionals and the ways in which tools impact these strategies and the consequent decisions. Prior to training as a physician, Dr. Karlin managed emergency medical services systems and disaster response including the early stages of the rescue effort at the World Trade Center collapse. He received his Bachelors Degree in Neuroscience & Behavior from Columbia University. Thereafter he completed his MA in Medical Informatics & Cognitive Science in Medicine at Columbia University. In 2009, he received his Medical Degree (MD) from The University of Colorado School of Medicine and ventured back to the East Coast to purse his training at Tufts University.