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  • Andrew Martin

    Andrew Martin

    Biomedical Data Management Solutions Lead, Technology & Digital Solutions

    Current Role at StanfordIn my role as Biomedical Data Management Solutions Lead I oversee a team of talented software engineers and application specialists who enable clinical research and discovery at Stanford. As a part of Technology and Digital Solutions, our larger Research IT team works both with the Stanford School of Medicine, Stanford Children's Hospital, and Stanford Hospital and Clinics to design, build, and support critical research applications and tools. I provide consultations with faculty to discuss research plans and provide insight for applying technology to data collection, monitoring, and participant reported measures.

  • John Maul

    John Maul

    Affiliate, Technology & Digital Solutions

    Current Role at StanfordSenior Systems Analyst: Technology and Digital Solutions:

    I work on a team that creates custom application solutions to help the school of medicine with their research efforts. My immediate team is developing an application to assist Stanford's honest broker with participation recruitment for clinical trials: The Participant Engagement Platform (PEP). I also work on other special projects to help the research office in their efforts to conduct research efficiently. I gather requirements, design software functionality, map business processes, and general project management execution.

  • Michael McAuliffe

    Michael McAuliffe

    Affiliate, Technology & Digital Solutions

    Current Role at StanfordMichael McAuliffe is a program manager with Stanford Health Care's Office of Program Management & IT Governance. Michael works the the team's director to develop and execute the team's Communications strategies and it's staff Training and Professional Development activities. Michael's primary program management client is the Stanford Medicine Educational Technology team. He manages the team's technology and media production portfolio and provides project management for online course production. Michael manages the team's workload projection and cost recovery tools, while also serving as administrator for Stanford Medicine's lecture capture and media delivery system.

    Michael served as Director of the Educational Technology team until 2015, at which point he transitioned to a 100% remote role working with Stanford Medicine while living with his family in Vermont.

    Prior to joining Stanford Medicine in 2012, Michael was the director of IT Academic Services at Texas Wesleyan University. In this role, Michael served as lead project manager and as the primary liaison between the Information Technology unit and Academic leadership at Texas Wesleyan. Michael’s perspective on the use of multimedia in education also reflects his experience as an instructional designer with MLink Technologies, during which he designed and oversaw the development of training curriculum and learning tools for a select group of Fortune 100 clients.

    Michael is a graduate of the Stanford Management Academy (2015) and the Educause Institute Management Program (2011), as well as a member of Educause, the Association of American Medical Colleges, and the Western Group on Educational Affairs.

  • Donald Mitchell

    Donald Mitchell

    Director, Academic Application Services, Technology & Digital Solutions

    Current Role at StanfordDon Mitchell is the Director of the Academic Application Services (AAS) team in TDS. The AAS team focuses on the creation, integration, and deployment of web-based solutions for the Stanford University School of Medicine. We make use of a variety of hardware, software, and cloud technologies and partner closely with teams across TDS, the School of Medicine, and the University. We manage development, testing, and production environments, perform process mappings, set architecture standards, and provide consultations to teams looking to do software development or use SaaS solutions.

    AAS' vision is to empower staff, faculty, and students with the integrated information, solutions, and IT resources needed to be successful and to support best-in-class administrative processes across the research and education missions.