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January 2003 - Present

National Institutes of Health, USA

Consultant, July 2008 - Present

Created and managing a new point of care resource for clinicians.

Supervisor, October 2007 - July 2008

  • Managed Bookshelf team.
  • Published over 20 books.
  • Hired new project members.

Staff Scientist, August 2006 - October 2007

Visiting Research Fellow, January 2003 - August 2006

  • Authored two textbooks for the NCBI, and over 20 articles on inherited diseases. Was the first to incorporate interactive content into the Bookshelf.
  • Managed the conversion of 15 paper books into digital versions freely accessible on the web. Managed 3 books with rolling content – Genes and Disease (the most popular books on Bookshelf), Medicine in the Americas (a collaboration with the Historical division of the NLM), and Coffee Break (features Flash tutorials that highlight NCBI resources)
  • Helped in the design for the new digital publishing system.

August 2001 -  January 2003


Queen Elizabeth's Hospital, UK

  • Fully qualified and registered medical doctor in the UK.
  • Completed a one year residency in the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Kings Lynn, which included being part of an endocrinology firm (3 months), a general surgery firm (2 months), an orthopedic surgery firm (1 month) and a general practice (3 months).

January 2001 - August 2001

Software developer

Cambridge Biomedical Computing Unit, UK

Supervised, interviewed and selected a group of 30 medical students. Worked with a programmer to develop software for palm pilots to facilitate learning in the clinical environment by trading “nuggets” of information.