Great to read everyone's introductions! I am new to the OHDSI community though have read work from many of the investigators here.
I am an Assistant Professor in Computer Science at Johns Hopkins with joint appointments in Biostatistics/Statistics and Informatics. I am interested in both methodological work as well as advancing novel applications. My focus thus far has primarily been on methods for personalized decision support using electronic health record data. This includes methods for identifying homogeneous cohorts, integrating static and time-varying markers, online prediction of functional targets, and representation learning from diverse clinical streams. On the applications front, I am working on both inpatient (adverse events in hospitalized patients, risk stratification) and outpatient (chronic, autoimmune diseases) applications. My interest in understanding the full stack for increasing personalized CDS adoption has led to, like Nick, me running a soup to nuts operation where we go all the way from methods development to deploying the tools we develop. More on my work is here.
Outside of work, I used to ski quite a bit. But after having moved east, I am now learning to kite surf (which is turning out to be a lot more challenging than skiing!)
Looking forward to interacting more with the OHDSI community! Please reach out if you have related interests.