To develop and use evidence-based informatics applications in the practice of epidemiology and public health.
Development of unique, elegant study designs promote evidence-based choices of informatics implementations in health care and health research
Creative approaches to public health, medical and research informatics through innovative techniques of requirements gathering and curation
Emphasis on efficiency, cost-control, decision support and iteration, rapid development, and a regular stream of deliverables
Role modeling and mentorship in high quality management approaches focused on mindfulness, employee-centeredness, open communication, appropriate work/life and relationship boundaries, privacy and kindness
A subfield of public health informatics focused on applying approaches in informatics to the practice of epidemiology.
Responsible for the development of many new, evidence-based epi-informatics approaches
Design, development, testing, and administration of research informatics databases (“Data Coordinating Center”)
Rare expertise in data documentation, data flow diagramming, project management in epidemiology, and data curation
Quality control and patient safety research
Analysis of laboratory workflow
Bioinformatics with cytokines, proteomics, genomics