Welcome to my site! I am Rich Hanna, an engineer and data analyst in the biomedical field. Data science, medical device technologies, and healthcare innovation have made up the bulk of my career and the goal of this site is to open that up on a public space for discussion, documentation, and collaboration.
At the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, I support the Critical Care Medicine department in the analytics, mining, and visualization of different data streams across various projects. One such project I support is a large, multi-center, international collaborative aimed at analyzing pediatric cardiac arrest data for improved patient outcomes called the pediatric resuscitation quality collaborative (pediRES-Q). I also support research in tracheal intubation with the National Emergency Airway Registry (NEAR4Kids) for children as well as lend internal support for leadership.
I will be updating this site as I’m able to bring tutorials, projects, publications, and posts on various topics in the medical and data science fields. Feel free to connect with me!
Master of Science in Biomedical Engineering, 2015
Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering, 2015
Graduate Certificate in Engineering Management, 2015
Engineer in Training Certification, 2014
R, Python, SQL, Matlab
Product Development, R&D
Research, support, and leadership
The publication in SAE was also presented at the Ohio State University Injury Biomechanics Symposium and the publically available …
An approachable, interactive tutorial workshop for new users of R, RStudio, and RMarkdown using real world health data.
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.