Clinical Assistant Professor, Biomedical and Health Information Sciences
1919 W. Taylor St., Room 263 AHSB
Dr. Margaret Czart is a Clinical Assistant Professor in the Department of Biomedical and Health Information Sciences in the College of Applied Health Sciences at the University of Illinois at Chicago. Specific interest include course and program develop with a focus on learning outcomes.
Dr. Margaret Czart areas of interest involve in the areas of Consumer Health Informatics, Public Health Informatics, Biomedical Visualization, and Disability Informatics for consumers and patients. Additional project include the development and assessment of health information online for patient education and engagement through qualitative methods.
American Medical Informatics Association, Augmented and Virtual Reality Technology to Enhance Consumer Health Education, Principle Investigator (PI)
“Risk Behaviors-Mid-Adolescence: Attitudinal and Social Determinants”, Supranowicz P., Berzanskyte A., Czart M. Valinteliene R., & Wysocki M. (2006).
Service to the Community
Quality Matters Program Reviewer 2022- Present Quality Matters Master Reviewer 2021- Present Quality Matters Peer Reviewer 2014- Present CAHIIM Accreditation, Council Member 2020-2023 Society of Behavioral Medicine, Member 2021- Present Editorial Reviewer, Polish Annals of Medicine 2015- Present
Leadership in the Profession
Illinois Public Health Association, Co-Chair Epideemiology and Health Statistics 2018-2019
2018 - Honors College Faculty Fellow, University of Illinois at Chicago
2005 - Fulbright Research Scholarship- Warsaw, Poland , Fulbright US Student Program
2000 - UNESCO American Teaching Program, UNESCO
2021 - Quality Matters Course Review Certification for BHIS 528 Consumer Health Informatics, Quality Matters
Doctor of Public Health with a Public Health Informatics Specialization, University of Illinois at Chicago (2011)
Master of Public Health witha Public Health Informatics Specialization , University of Illinois at Chicago (2004)
Bachelor of Science Anthropology, University of Illinois at Chicago (2000)