- Research ProgrammerInvincea Labs DARPA-Funded Cybergenome Project (via Zachary Piper)2014 - 2014
Technologies: Angular.js, D3.js, Python, MongoDB, Elasticsearch, Sigma.js
- Created complex, highly interactive tools for exploring and finding meaningful relationships in large collections of malware binaries.
- Created interactive network diagrams effectively showing similarity relationships across dozens of data dimensions and affording fast and powerful selection, filtering, highlighting, and zooming features.
- Information Visualization Architect and DeveloperSocial & Scientific Systems2011 - 2014
- Designed static and interactive information visualization displays for scientific and operational data in the context of large clinical trials research.
- Created a multi-level, dynamically configurable heatmap/barchart visualization that allowed for the display and interactive exploration of data previously presented in 4000 pages of Excel charts on a single HTML page.
- Senior Systems ConsultantOracle2008 - 2011
- Was the principal investigator on a $100,000 external research grant collaborating with Ben Shneiderman and others of the University of Maryland’s Human-Computer Interaction Lab through developing novel methods for temporal summary and visualization of drug exposure and medical event data (See http://www.cs.umd.edu/hcil/eventflow/).
- Presented innovative work on the representation and comprehension of complex drug utilization patterns in prescription and dispensing data (See http://www.cs.umd.edu/hcil/sharp/workshop2011/speakers.html).
- Worked with a DoD TRICARE data warehouse of 12 million patient medical records. Developed novel information visualization methods for discovering clinical patterns across thousands of timelines of longitudinal patient data.
- Designed and prototyped research software for discovering and validating drug safety signals in longitudinal healthcare data.
- Wrote research proposals and results for academic publications and grant funding. Provided informatics expertise on managing data mining applications using various medical coding systems and classifications.
- Systems AnalystColumbia University Medical Center2003 - 2008
- Built New York City-wide NICU quality assurance data collection and analysis application in collaboration with researchers, neonatologists, and administrators at the New York Presbyterian Hospital Regional Perinatal Centers.
- Designed and built a highly interactive intranet communications platform supporting the 50-person CUMC Office of Development.
- Designed and built a major gifts reporting platform aiding 50 development professionals in raising $150 million per year.
- Built hazardous materials tracking and verification system supporting safety assurance for labs and research facilities across Columbia University.
- Founder, President, CTOPixo (formerly OJC Technologies)1998 - 2003
- Led all aspects of soliciting and executing contracts: identified opportunities, made cold calls, did technical sales, wrote proposals, gathered requirements, staffed projects, designed solutions, wrote use-cases, ERDs, wire frames, and managed implementation, testing, delivery, and client training.
- Managed significant projects for dozens of clients including UIUC/EvaluationOnline, Morgan Stanley Dean Witter, Imagine Media/Daily Radar, MortgageSelector, Trimark Securities, United States Geological Survey, Stats Inc., Fitch IBCA Duff & Phelps, McGraw-Hill, Illinois Department of Children and Family Services, Illinois Math and Science Academy, Music Browser Inc., Provena Covenant Medical Center, and Psychics.com.
- Grew the company from two employees to twenty in two years. Pixo (See http://pixotech.com/) remains the leading web application development firm in Champaign-Urbana, Illinois, providing services to many departments and offices of the University of Illinois as well as a local and national clientele of businesses and non-profit organizations.
- ProgrammerTradetech Securities1995 - 1998
Technologies: Perl, Visual Basic, SQL Server
- Built multiple integrated reporting systems for a third market trading firm. Dynamic reports analyzed the firm's trading data to track order-flow, profitability, and regulation compliance.
- ProgrammerMultiple clients (William M. Mercer, Inc., Sybase, Allstate Insurance Company, Holleb & Coff, Metropolitan Life Insurance Company, Dean Witter Reynolds, Victim Services Agency)1986 - 1995
Technologies: C/C++, Sybase, AOS/VS, Xenix, dBaseIII+, and a host of others
- Built a domestic violence client/services tracking application connected to New York City's 911 caller system.
- Worked on mortgage-backed securities trading system.