Gabriela Mustata Wilson, PhD, MSc, FHIMSS
Co-Director, Multi-Interprofessional Center for Health Informatics
University of Texas at Arlington

Dr. Gabriela Wilson is a Professor and Co-Director of the newly established Multi-Interprofessional Center for Health Informatics at the University of Texas at Arlington. Before joining the University of Texas at Arlington, Dr. Wilson served in different scientific roles in the pharmaceutical industry and academia, and established the Health Informatics and Information Management Program at the University of Southern Indiana. She brings a long history of success in directing interprofessional studies and research efforts in the area of Health and Pharmaco-Informatics, as well as expertise in interprofessional education and multidisciplinary research with community, academic, and industrial partners. Dr. Wilson has been an active member and Fellow of the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS), a global organization committed to advancing quality of care and betterment of health care systems. Her career is one of caring and serving others by motivating, inspiring and helping everyone achieve their goals.

Presenting at the Nexus Summit:

Peer review has been identified as a critical element of the publication process. (JF Polak, 1995). However, the continued growth of scientific submissions puts an increasing burden on the demand for peer review (M. Kovanis etal., 2016). Reviewer fatigue has become evident in trying to meet the review demands(C. Fox et al., 2017). It is therefore critical that new manuscript reviewers are trained to add diversity to the mix of reviewers and increase the number of skilled reviewers to reduce the burden and control burnout of current reviewers. Reviewer development and mentorship comes in many…