- Fellowship - Harvard Medical School (2014-2016), Clinical Informatics
- Graduate School - Harvard Medical School (2014-2016), Medical Sciences
- Other Post Graduate Training - Harvard Medical School (2014-2016)
- Internship - The George Washington University (2008-2009), Internal Medicine
- Residency - The George Washington University (2009-2011), Internal Medicine
- Fellowship - St. Elizabeth's Medical Center (2011-2014), Cardiology
- Medical School - George Washington University Medical Center (2004-2008)
- Graduate School - Harvard Medical School (2014-2016)
Mujeeb Basit, M.D.
- Internal Medicine - Cardiology
- General Cardiology
Mujeeb Basit, M.D., M.M.Sc., is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Internal Medicine at UT Southwestern Medical Center. He specializes in cardiology with a focus on risk optimization.
Dr. Basit earned his medical degree and completed a residency in internal medicine at The George Washington University. He received advanced training in cardiology through a fellowship at St. Elizabeth’s Medical Center and in clinical informatics through a fellowship at Harvard University. He joined the UT Southwestern faculty in 2016.
Dr. Basit is the Associate Chief Medical Informatics Officer for UT Southwestern Health System. He serves on several UT Southwestern committees, including the Hospital EMR Workgroup, the Hospital Police Committee, and the Enterprise Data Warehouse Committee. He’s a member of the American Medical Informatics Association and the American Computing Machinery.
Dr. Basit’s research focuses on machine learning for advanced clinical decision support, automated anomaly detection of clinical decision support failures, and double-blind clinical trials of digital health systems. He has delivered numerous presentations, contributed to the book Global Health Informatics: Principles of EHealth and MHealth to Improve Quality of Care, and published multiple academic articles.
Dr. Basit’s interests outside of medicine include his family, cooking, travel, and photography.
- American Medical Society (2008), Member
- American College of Cardiology (2011), Member
- American Medical Informatics Association (2014), Member
- Golden Humanism Award (Outstanding Service) 2008, George Washington School of Medicine
Correcting data shifts in gel files created by Model 377 DNA Sequencers.
O'Brien KM, Ironside MA, Athanasiou MC, Basit MA, Evans GA, Garner HR BioTechniques 1998 Jun 24 6 1002-3
The Dallas Heart Study: a population-based probability sample for the multidisciplinary study of ethnic differences in cardiovascular health.
Victor RG, Haley RW, Willett DL, Peshock RM, Vaeth PC, Leonard D, Basit M, Cooper RS, Iannacchione VG, Visscher WA, Staab JM, Hobbs HH The American journal of cardiology 2004 Jun 93 12 1473-80
- Correcting data shifts in gel files created by Model 377 DNA Sequencers.
- Usability Design for Electronic Health Record Systems
- Precision Medicine and Genetic Data in EHRs
- Clinical Decision Support Evaluation and Optimization
- General Cardiology