Gabriel Brat is a trauma surgeon and critical care physician at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and a faculty in biomedical informatics at Harvard Medical School. As the director of the Surgical Informatics Lab, Dr. Brat has a broad research focus on informatics tools to improve surgical outcomes. Notable recent works include clinical decision support tools to optimize surgical opioid prescribing and machine learning methods to better understand intra-operative events through video analytics and collaborative prediction algorithms. His multiple NIH grants aim to expand use of AI in healthcare and integrate large scale data into practice.As the co-founder of an acquired computer vision company, he teaches a health IT innovation course at Harvard Medical School and mentors several digital health startups. Gabriel has an undergraduate degree in bioengineering and a graduate degree in public health and biostatistics. He completed his medical training at Stanford University and his surgical residency at Johns Hopkins Hospital.