Research Informatics Programmer
Remo Williams joined DBHi in 2015 as a Research Informatics Programmer. In his role, he works with the Enterprise Informatics team on contributing to data driven application design around translational science projects. Remo's main focus is on the quickly growing national project, The Children’s Brain Tumor Tissue Consortium (CBTTC) and related data, specimen, genomic and imaging repository work . Remo has an incredibly extensive and diverse CV with 30 years of experience in the software development in industry and academia. Some highlights of his work include high performance computing relating to neuro-physiological experiments, development in AI and programmatic algorithmic approaches to analysis and applied decisions on spectral data for NASA and the JPL during his tenure at the University of Arizona. His software helped discover the most appropriate place to land a rover on Mars where there was a high likelihood of water. Remo recently spent 9 years in New Zealand as a software developer. Notably he was a developer at Codeshack, Ltd. He designed technologies around educational resources before moving back to the States with his family and joining Fidelity National Information Services (FIS). Remo holds a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from the University of Colorado and his Masters in Electrical and Computer Engineering from the University of Arizona.