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Ensuring Children's Hospital of Philadelphia Research Institute is the industry leader in the use of data and technology to solve challenging problems in child health.
Jeff Pennington partners with colleagues across Children's Hospital of Philadelphia to operate the Research Institute's Arcus program, a strategic investment in enterprise data, technology, and data science infrastructure that links all of CHOP's clinical and research data to provide a holistic perspective of pediatric health and disease. A key component of CHOP Research Strategy, Arcus functions span library science, data education, applied data science, data privacy, cloud computing, and data management, all enabling next-generation computational biology, machine learning, and translational research.
Education and Training
BS, Trinity College (Biology), 1995
Graduate Certificate, Penn State University (Applied Statistics), 2016
MS Candidate, Drexel University (Computer Science), 2020 (anticipated)
Institute for Biomedical Informatics of the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania, 2014-
Phenotype Measures Workgroup, Clinical Sequencing Exploratory Research Consortium, 2014
Informatics Key Function Committee, Clinical and Translational Sciences Award Consortium, 2008-2014
Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association Editor's Choice, 2017
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