Technology and Medical Informatics
BA: The Johns Hopkins University, 2000; MD: Loyola University Chicago, Stritch School of Medicine, 2005; Resident: Loyola University Medical Center, 2005-2008; Associate Chief Resident: Loyola University Medical Center, 2008; Chief Resident: West Suburban Medical Center, 2009; Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine and Academic Hospitalist: Loyola University Medical Center, 2010; Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine and Academic Hospitalist: University of North Carolina, 2010 – Present; Associate Medical Director of Clinical Care Management: University of North Carolina, 2013 – Present
Dr. Marucci’s main area of interest is technology and specifically its use in accurate clinical documentation in the era of modern electronic health record in order to allow for safe and cost-effective patient care within and across different health care environments.
“Subtype Specific Regulation of Human Vascular alpha1-Adrenergic Receptors by Vessel Bed and Age.” Circulation. 99(100):2336-2343.
“Vascular Responses in a Rat Model of Microgravity.” Circulation (abs.). 98(17):I-658. (Poster presented at Scientific Sessions of the American Heart Association, Dallas, TX 1998)