Research Informatics Programmer
Contact: ruthb AT email.chop.edu
Byron joined DBHi as an analyst and programmer in 2009 after receiving his bachelor's degree in biomedical engineering from Drexel University. Byron's skills in advanced web programming environments and content code abstraction have enabled him to lead a variety of projects at CHOP, including the development of a highly integrated audiology research database, an electronic health record-mediated clinical decision support engine for the care of premature infants, and a data management system that helps to discover relationships between genetic markers of congenital heart defects and clinical outcomes. Byron has also contributed to projects outside of CHOP, including the development of an amyotrophic lateral sclerosis patient database.