Associate Professor of eHealth
University of Leeds

Dr. Fraser trained in General Medicine, Cardiology and Knowledge Based Systems at Edinburgh University, and completed a fellowship in Clinical Decision Making and Cardiology at MIT and the New England Medical Center, Boston, USA, and is an Assistant Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School. His work has led to the migration of medical informatics tools and expertise from high income countries to some of the most challenging environments in low and middle income countries(LMICs). For twelve years he was the Director of Informatics at the Healthcare NGO Partners In Health, Founded by Paul Farmer and Jim Kim. There he led the development of web-based electronic medical record systems, mobile health tools, data analysis tools, and pharmacy systems in Peru, Haiti, Rwanda, Malawi and the Philippines. With colleagues in the US and South Africa he co-founded OpenMRS, a broad international collaboration to develop a flexible, modular open source medical record system platform for use in LMICs, now used in over 50 countries. He teaches courses on Global eHealth at MIT, Leeds and Edinburgh Universities. His main academic focus is in the evaluation of medical information systems particularly in LMICs.