Skills

Data Science

R, Python, SQL, Matlab

Engineering

Product Development, R&D

Education & Management

Research, support, and leadership

Experience

 
 
 
 
 
February 2019 – Present
Pennsylvania

Data Analyst and Research Engineer

Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia

  • Promoted data-driven culture within a multi-center international collaborative research team and addressed needs of all stakeholders
  • Developed novel dashboard and reporting visualization methods to supply stakeholders with data to inform clinical decisions
  • Implemented process methods and developed tools using R and Python computational languages
  • Assisted with education of data-driven methodology and best practices within a medical environment
  • Collaborated with institution-wide resources to achieve results and bridge gaps in research
 
 
 
 
 
July 2017 – February 2019
Pennsylvania

Research Project Engineer

Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia

  • Implemented process methods for data management, reporting, and visualization using the Matlab and R programming languages
  • Coordinated and analyzed patient monitoring data streams from various devices including near-infrared spectroscopy (NIRS), defibrillators, and GE Carescape data capture systems
  • Supplied oversight and quality control to multiple REDCap database projects and channeled data through API integrations to other systems
  • Managed and developed a novel method for assessing anterior/posterior pediatric chest diameter for pre- and post-CPR comparison as well as chest geometry characterization
 
 
 
 
 
November 2015 – July 2017
King of Prussia, Pennsylvania

Project Engineer

GS Medical

  • Leader on the design, development, and project life cycle of multiple spinal fixation system projects
  • Served as the point of contact for surgeons and customers assigned to projects
  • Conducted mechanical testing per ASTM and ISO standards ensuring implant adherence to FDA regulations
  • Analyzed product assembly, manufacturability, and ability to meet consumer demands and needs
 
 
 
 
 
August 2014 – November 2015
Pennsylvania

Biomechanics Engineering Intern

Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia

Recent Publications

Survival after in-hospital cardiac arrest (IHCA) has been reported to be worse for arrests at night or during weekends.This study aimed …

Among children with in-hospital cardiac arrest (IHCA), survival to discharge is lower at night compared to daytime. We sought to …

The VIPER project is a collaborative, multi-institutional effort to assess pediatric resuscitation in the ED using videography tools …

The publication in SAE was also presented at the Ohio State University Injury Biomechanics Symposium and the publically available …

Recent Posts

A Great Read on the Implications of Big Data

The pros and cons of the spreadsheet

Looking at the Data iPhone Gives You

Incorporating spreadsheets into your R workflow.

An intro to me and my pursuit of data science.

Projects

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Building Shiny Apps with Rvest

Creating a Shiny application to scrape data from IMDB’s top movies.

RMarkdown Workshop

An approachable, interactive tutorial workshop for new users of R, RStudio, and RMarkdown using real world health data.

Automated Couette Viscometer

Viscosity of human blood can be a diagnostic indicator for patient health. My senior design project team looked to develop an automated means of calculating human blood viscosity by principles of Couette flow.

Contact

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