Tag Archives: Professional details

PMean: How big is the stuff I’m working on

I have been working part-time on a project for the Great Plains Collaborative (GPC) under the direction of Russ Waitman and the gentle guidance of Dan Connolly, both at Kansas University Medical Center. I hoping to submit a paper soon on the work I’ve done, but if you are curious about the size and scope of the electronic health records that I’ve been slinging around, this blog entry might help. Continue reading

PMean: By the skin of my teeth

I have to brag a bit. I’m working part-time at Kansas University Medical Center (along with a couple other part-time jobs) and my boss asked me two weeks ago if I was interested in writing a paper on the data analyses I had been working on. It would be submitted to the AMIA 2017 Joint Summit on Translational Research and I’d be the first author. Continue reading

Recommended: PLOS ONE 2015 Reviewer Thank You

I reviewed a paper for PLOS One in 2014 and got a nice acknowledgment, but I also reviewed a paper for the same journal in 2015. Here’s the acknowledgment for that contribution. They’re still having a bit of trouble with alphabetization (Steve Simon should be the last “Simon” on the list, but it’s not). Still, it’s nice to have a public record of my small contribution. Continue reading

PMean: Information about the Great Plains Collaborative Breast Cancer Study

I’m starting a new project as an independent consultant. Normally, I talk very little on my blog about specific projects that I work for, but this work is for a group, the Great Plains Collaborative (GPC) that is open about almost every aspect of the work they do. That’s music to my ears. Anyway, the GPC is involved with several projects and one of the ones I might do some of my work on is the Great Plains Collaborative Breast Cancer Study. Here is some information about this study, culled from sources available to anyone on the Internet. Continue reading