November 5 @ 4:00 – 5:00 pm
Speaker: Adrian Meyer, MS
Presented from UNC-Chapel Hill
Broadcast Link: Seminar
The Secure Data Analysis Platform (SeDAP) is a computing environment combining high accessibility, high security, and high data throughput within a virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI). Its main objective is to enable collaboration for multi-disciplinary and multi-locational research teams while leveraging existing knowledge, resources, talents, and tools.
Adrian Meyer, MS is a seasoned computer systems expert with training in mechanical engineering and computer science. His working experience ranges from small start-ups to large Fortune 100 companies, most noticeably as a software architect at Allscripts for their ambulatory electronic medical record system and for Teradata in their CRM application development team.
As the Director of Systems Development for the Integrated Cancer Information and Surveillance System (ICISS) for the UNC Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center at the University of North Carolina, Mr. Meyer is tasked with building the information technology environment. These efforts include a FISMA-compliant secure research data environment, systems development for governance tracking, knowledge retention, data cataloging, cohort discovery, and searchable clinical coding references to support research efforts. His focus and interests are in clinical data mining, clinical informatics, and contextual analysis of data.