I am comfortable with abstract thinking, which helps me color the walls of the future with the texture of quality. A computer programmer and consultant with conscience, I want to innovate healthcare technology from pill to process, patient to provider, and everywhere in between.
I love working to provide technical solutions to aid in healthcare delivery, research, methods and education. In my role currently, I implement and provide support for our RAVE electronic data capture platform as well as our Centralized Analytics. Whether it's writing custom function scripts, designing forms and fields in our interface or getting you the answers you need, I am your guy.
Having been a manager, tutor and instructional assistant in the past, I've really fallen in love with cooperative learning and personal development. I also have a great interest in all facets of data science, machine learning and technical interface design. I am all about anything science or music related, and my love of literature extends throughout. Behavioral economics and game theory, human factors, computational neuroscience and informatics are at the forefront of my desired fields of study and work down the line.
Master Of Information in Data Science and Technology, Information and Management • May 2018
Coursework involved machine learning, data analysis and curation, interface design on mobile and web devices, database design, technology and management, leadership and project and knowledge management. I was also a part of a new biological archiving class that will be coming to a MOOC near you. I have served as a TA in the undergraduate program, further strengthening my skills as an educator.
Mini MBA in BioPharma Innovation • December 2017
This program helped bridge the gap between scientific success and corporate goal seeking from real world industry professionals. It gave a new competitive aspect on concepts and impacted learning through real world case studies. I gained a greater appreciation for pharmaceuticals, medical devices and biotechnology and the business management concepts to communicate to clinicians worldwide.
B.A. Degree in Information Technology and Informatics • May 2017
I have a specialization in Game Design and Innovation. I have created detailed infographics, multiple independent programming projects, a board game, multiple video games and apps and website designs using an array of interfaces and languages. Check out a snap shot of my portfolio below or check out my linkedin.
B.A. Degree in Psychology • May 2017
Coursework included neuropsychological analysis, psychometrics, behavioral analysis, lab work in neuropsych, dissections, social psych, industrial organizational psychology and cognitive methods. I got a chance to write a lot of great papers and participate in some great knowledge sharing sessions.
Implementation Consultant • February 2019 - Present
I advise clients and internal staff on best practices for implementing Medidata’s software platform. I actively translate customer needs into system functionality across a variety of our proprietary platform offerings, including Rave and CSA I help to resolve issues in implementation and ensure an easy go live for clinical and pharmaceutical research, while abiding by Medidata SOP’s and CDISC Standards.
Associate Implementation Consultant • December 2017 - February 2019
I advise clients and internal staff on best practices for implementing Medidata’s software platform. I actively translate customer needs into system functionality across a variety of our proprietary platform offerings, including Rave and CSA. I help to resolve issues in implementation and ensure an easy go live for clinical and pharmaceutical research, while abiding by Medidata SOP’s and CDISC Standards.
Instructional Assitant/Grader • January 2017 - Present
I maintained the course website and module delivery, aided in restructuring of material, distributed materials and aided in instruction and grading,
whilst responding to student problems or questions in a timely manner. I made time outside of class to assist students in understanding course material.
Information: Policy Politics and Power
Object Oriented Programming
Object Oriented Programming
Object Oriented Programming
Retrieving and Evaluating Information (Grader)
Professional Services Associate • July 2017 - December 2017
I worked in the Professional Services department, where we employ our SaaS software to automate the worlds clinical trials in an effort to be the most innovative cloud company in the Life Sciences.
Test Engineer • October 2016 - March 2017
I ran an array of tests to aid in IP patent monetization. Many tests include measuring consumer electronic signals using an oscilloscope and other analyzers to capture data and organize the outputs for presentation design.
Research Assistant • July 2016 - August 2016
I was a researcher working on background research for multiple projects. Tasks included research and writing, connecting with industry professionals and project design, management and marketing, as well as application prototyping.
Research Assistant • June 2016 - December 2017
I was a member of the Behavioral Informatics Lab at Rutgers University. The project I was working on dealt with social cooperation and familiarity of users in a virtual setting. My work includes research design, application prototyping, user research, analytical methods and research writing. I was also a document coder for the EPIK project in the summer of 2016. This work dealt with legislative decision making with regards to obesity.
Shift Supervisor/Coffee Master • March 2016 - October 2016
I maintained operational excellence in deploying team members to tasks on the sales floor. My main responsiblities were for daily ordering and opening/closing procedures of the store, as well as daily maintenance and cleaning of the store and displays. I was also a pride outreach coordinator. Continued work on beverage crafting and customer satisfaction was key to my success in this role. I held the position of coffee master, which allowed me to lend my skills and knowledge to anyone who wanted to know more about the coffee process from bean to cup.
Barista/Barista Trainer• July 2015 - March 2016
I ensured operational excellence in crafting handmade beverages and preparing pastries and food items for customer consumption. I maintained store displays and continued machine maintenance to ensure proper functioning. I acted as a barista trainer and certified maintenance tech, responsible for system maintenance on machines, and for engagement of trainees prior to certification.
Cashier/Deli/Seafood Associate• August 2013 - June 2015
I was cross trained in multiple departments. I handled sandwich crafting, delivery platter construction, frying and food prep for hot lunch takeaway, daily maintenance on machines and cleanliness, store stocking and inventory management and strong customer service skills for high volume interactions.
I have a lot of skills I can offer companies and Social Collaborators! Heres a few.
This was an app designed for Human Computer Interaction. It was designed as a hangout app for students in the Rutgers New Brunswick campus.
This is my origianl logo design and concept art. I design logos and characters for friends and family, but have not gotten into commercial design work.
I have coded a great number of projects while in school. Languages I have used include HTML/CSS/JS, Python, R, Java, SQL, PHP, Processing, C# and Swift
As a part of My Informatics and Design class, I built this app, which was designed as a support system for students at Rutgers University.
In my Bachelors degree program, I got to take a Game Design and Development course, and this was a part of my 3d level development.
This Game was created for my final project in Game Design and Innovation. I created snow shaders, 3d models for the level, and put together reactive action elements to make a short but playable game.
I worked with a team to design a 2d platformer called freud fighter in which you Play as Sigmund Freud, fighting off bad dreams with his cigar of truth.
Informatics and design saw us designing products for special populations, and my teams creation of the Wonder Watch is meant as a child safety device to connect children to their parent or emergency responders in a flash.
Your work is going to fill a large part of your life, and the only way to be truly satisfied is to do what you believe is great work. And the only way to do great work is to love what you do. If you haven't found it yet, keep looking. Don't settle. As with all matters of the heart, you'll know when you find it.Steve Jobs
Keep your eyes on the stars and your feet on the ground.Theodore Roosevelt
I am always looking to talk about technology, healthcare, research and if you have anything you want to share, feel free to drop an email here and I will gladly get back to you. Thanks for checking my space out!