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AnalytiXagility Enablement Team Consultant

Location:
London, Greater London, United Kingdom
Posted:
March 13, 2018

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Employment

Aridhia Informatics: AnalytiXagility Consultant (Feb 2017- Present)

Member of the Enablement Team for cloud-based biomedical research platform (AnalytiXagility)

Roles

●Prepared and delivered pre-sales demonstrations to various C-level managers at Hospital trusts and Biotech companies, influencing their thinking on digital research strategy

●On-site at Great Ormond Street Hospital, training their Data Steward Team, creating training collateral and running training sessions

●Provided consultancy and data science advice on Exemplar projects using AnalytiXagility

●Met Early Adopters to the platform, gathering requirements and feedback to relay back to the Development and Senior Management teams

●Provided on-site testing of deployments of complex integrated data solutions, providing feedback to off-site QC teams

Training

●Trained in Good Research Practice, Good Clinical Practice and Confidentiality of Research Data

●Experience working with R, R Shiny, PostgreSQL and SPSS in research data science

●Working knowledge of GDPR and its forthcoming effect on data-driven businesses

Communication

●Created regular internal company communications in the form of newsletters and knowledge-share presentations

●Written a series of company blog posts on reproducible research using R, and digital transformation at Great Ormond Street Hospital (https://www.aridhia.com/category/blog/)

Skills

●Highly flexible and personable working attitude to fit with changing client requirements

●Capable statistician and data scientist, with willingness and ability to pick up new technologies and languages

●Passion for transformative nature of digital technologies, driven through personal experience

●Expert at MS Office suite, particularly for creation of collateral for clients

GlaxoSmithKline Clinical Pathology, R&D Facility, Ware, Herts (2011-2012)

One year industrial placement as Research Assistant in Clinical Pathology

Key Skills

●Developed new assays for use in pre-clinical safety assessment studies.

●Made decisions on assay design based in rigorous validation criteria to strict deadlines.

●Processed large number of samples to tight deadlines, showing multitasking and ability to handle time pressures, managing workload effectively.

●Wrote regular reports and presented to management to show progress made.

Education

University College London/Great Ormond Street Hospital (2013-2017)

NIHR-BRC funded PhD Candidate in Experimental Child Health

Clinical Study

●Designed and run study on paediatric Inflammatory Bowel Disease, including 60 children.

●Wrote study protocol and information/consent documents, and obtained ethical approval from NHS research authority.

●Working with Consultants at Great Ormond Street Hospital, identified suitable patients and consented them.

●Performed all sample and data analyses, written up and presented as Doctoral Thesis.

Communications/Teaching

●Presented a poster at 2014 international Paediatric Inflammatory Bowel Disease (PiBD) conference in Rotterdam. Awarded the John Lipscombe Memorial Travel Award to fund this.

●Attended the NIHR Infrastructure Experimental Medicine Research training camp. Attended workshops on producing and presenting research proposals in a multi-disciplinary team.

●Supervised medical registrars and students doing lab-based MRes project, teaching lab techniques, hypothesis-driven experiment design and thesis writing.

Key Skills

●Ability to assimilate, interpret and present large amounts of information and data in a short time to stakeholders of various backgrounds (scientists, medics, parents).

●Developed negotiation and interpersonal skills, as well as diplomacy and confidentiality, liaising with different medical and scientific departments and encouraging children and families to take part in the study.

●Ability to work effectively with at times minimal oversight.

●Kept motivation and drive through a long and sometimes testing project.

University of Bath (2009-2013)

2:1 BSc (Hons) Biochemistry, with 1 year industrial placement

Key Skills

●Trained in hypothesis driven experiment design and systematic critical thinking approach to problem solving.

●Ability to analyse, interpret and present complex data sets in clear, precise manner.

●Learned rigorous statistical methods.

●Wrote reports, assignments and presentations to a high standard.

Early Education

A-levels:

Maths: A, Chemistry: A, Physics: A, Further Maths: B

GCSEs:

10 GCSEs: 6 A*, 3 A, 1B

Hobbies/Interests

●Keen runner/cyclist/triathlete, having competed in marathons, ultra-marathons, iron man triathlons and endurance cycle events.

●Twice completed London-Paris 24 hour bike ride, raising over £3000 for SCOPE.

●Took part in night-time 50km ultra-marathon, raising £1000 for Alzheimer’s Society.

●Combined travelling with volunteering for 1 month in Nepalese orphanage, and 1 month in Malaysian zoo.



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