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Richard Renn (Renn)
Manager, Web & Mobile Development, SoM - Information Resources & Technology
Current Role at Stanford During my 13 years at Stanford Medicine, I have worn many hats related to technology. I specialize in Web Application Development and have had opportunities ranging from independently building applications from the ground up, to undertaking various team roles in building large scale, enterprise-level systems. Roles that I have successfully served include Business Analyst, Systems Analyst, Scrum Master, Project Manager, Systems Architect, Back-end Java Developer, Front-end Developer, and Product Evangelist.
Highlights of career at Stanford Medicine include
. Managed, led and contributed to Stanford Medicine's 2014/15 public web redesign effort, which also included reconstructing and modernizing the content management platform. The team was awarded the 2015 Award for Excellence in Electronic Communications by the Association of American Medical Colleges.
. Successfully led the transition of Stanford Medicine's application development team to an Agile software development methodology.
. Conceptualized, architected and led the development of an enterprise-wide application used to maintain a customized clinical trials directory for Stanford's School of Medicine, the Stanford Children's Hospital, and Stanford Health Care.
I am very proud to be a part of this great organization, and its providing the best in medical education, medical research and patient care.
Job Titles at Stanford:
-Manager, Web & Mobile Development (September 2012 to present)
-Director, Web and New Media (September 2007 to September 2012)
-Web Developer (October 2003 to September 2007)
Director of Media Relations, School of Medicine - Communications & Public Affairs
Current Role at Stanford Director of Media Relations, School of Medicine
Engineering Res Assoc, Med/Quantitative Sciences Unit
Bio I am interested in using statistical methods to understand and improve human health. I currently collaborate with investigators in the medical school in prevention, neonatology, and nutrition. I joined the Stanford Quantitative Sciences Unit in 2015 after completing my PhD in Biostatistics at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. At UNC, I wrote a dissertation titled "Causal inference for binary data with interference". I wrote the R packages RI2by2 and interferenceCI to accompany papers from this dissertation. I was also a research assistant with the UNC Center for AIDS Research and an NIH predoctoral trainee in environmental biostatistics.
Nutrition Studies Program Manager, Medicine - Med/Stanford Prevention Research Center
Current Role at Stanford Nutrition Studies Group Program Manager