Medical IT (4 years experience)

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Desired position type: Any
Location: Philadelphia Pennsylvania, United States

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Summary

Double masters in Biomedical Engineer. 4 years of work experience at most prestigious organisations in 3 countries.

Extensive experience with programming, scripting, data analysis using packages.

Education

BE Biomedical Engineering India

MTech Biomedical Engineering IIT Bombay India (Thesis in computational neuroscience)

MS Biomedical Engineering Drexel University USA

Experience

Research Associate I (Clinical Pharmacology) at The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia Research Institute September 2014 – April 2015 (8 months)

Study: Efavirenz (HIV drug) efficacy with alcohol intake
# Managing complex dataset of pharmacological studies involving thousands of data point.
R | SAS| STATA | Excel
# PK/PD modeling NONMEM GPU CUDA C implementation of NONMEM algorithm. Python implementation of NONMEM recommendation system.
# CUDA C porting of MATLAB solvers for PK/PD algorithms: QRPEM, MCPEM and FOCE NVIDIA CUDA C | MATLAB | VC++
# CUDA C industry certified (Acceleware Ltd)

Research Assistant at Drexel University, School of Education April 2013 – April 2014 (1 year 1 month)

Project 1: “Game-based learning methods”
# Worked on novel analytical tool for educators and game designers to find games best suiting for classroom needs.
# Carried out “education affordance” analysis on popular mobile games using educational frameworks (GANA, TPACK, ICCE)

Project 2:
# Quantitative analysis of outcome of 10 courses taught at Drexel University, School of Education, between Fall 2012 to Winter 2013 under “game-based learning” paradigm # Learned advanced participation and discussion analysis tools for Blackborad/Wimba: Blackboard Performance dashboard, Social Network

Participation Tool (SNAPP) | Mobile Game analysis | Educational analysis framework | Applied Statistics | Participation Management tools

Publication:
# Foster, A. Shah, M., Gross, K. & Parihar, M. (accepted). Systematic analysis of mobile games for learning: The case of Monster Physics and Math Ninja. Paper submitted to the 2014 Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, April 3 to 7.

Research Assistant, LeBow College of Business, Drexel University at Drexel University September 2012 – March 2014 (1 year 7 months)

Project 1:
# Data mining on ‘Panel Study of Income Dynamics’, a UMichigan 40 year longitudinal database
# | Survival time | Discrete time | Regression analysis | Principle component analysis # | STATA 12 do/ado scripting | MS Excel VB scripting | JSON parsing

Project 2:
# Studying aggressiveness behavior of NHL player
# Data mining on NHL stats website- | Javascript | jQuery | Visual Basic scripting
# | Hypothesis testing | Principal Component Analysis | Regression analysis

DAAD Intern, Bell Labs Germany at Bell Labs Alcatel-Lucent June 2013 – December 2013 (7 months)

# Working on integration of Biomedical, Neuroscience and inter-personal communication.
# Developed potential work areas for Bell Labs
# Modeled form of interpersonal communication and limitations with state-of-art
## Researching into new forms of communications and futuristic user experience modeling.
| DAAD scholar | Zurich summer school |

Teaching Assistant -Applied Multivariate Statistics at Drexel University January 2013 – March 2013 (3 months)

# Department: Epidemiology and Biostatistics- Drexel School of Pubic Health
# Managed class of 15 Public Health students and helped them with weekly assignments and project
| R | SPSS | Applied Statistics

Academic Associate- Information Technolgy/ Information Systems at Indian Institute of Management, Indore November 2010 – August 2011 (10 months)
# Attended Courses: Platform Based Business | Management of Outsourced Services
# Completed 3 month certificatte: Faculty Development Program (FDP) in management
# Research on Website Usability and Accessibility analysis
| Marketing | IT/IS | Platform Business | Case Studies | Research Methodology

Lecturer- Biomedical Engineering Department at Shri Govindram Seksaria Institute of Technology and Science SGSITS June 2010 – October 2010 (5 months)

# Course: Elements of Human Anatomy and Physiology # Taught a class of 50+ sophomore students for a semester
# Designed curriculum, lectures, labs, exams, grading etc
| Human physiology | Anatomy | Teaching | Lecturer

Senior Research Associate- Intellectual Property at Evalueserve August 2008 – December 2009 (1 year 5 months)
# Key skills: | Patent analysis | Patent claims | Database | Search strategies
# Projects: | Patent invalidation | Patent drafting | Technology landscaping | Freedom-to-operate
# Area: | Medical instruments | Surgical accessories | Hospital administration | Neural implants | Telemedicine | MIS
# Developed VB macros to automate text search, extraction, web-page filling up. Advance Excel and MS office package | Visual Basic | Advanced Excel | Macros

Skills

  • R
  • STATA
  • javascript
  • NVIDIA CUDA C
  • SPSS

Specialties

    Biomedical Engineering, Neuroscience, statistics

Spoken Languages

    English -- very effectively, German(beginner), Hindi

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