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  • Minneapolis, MN
  • Maple Grove, MN
  • Collegeville, MN

Work

Company: University of minnesota - computer science department Sep 2010 to 2012 Address: Minneapolis, MN Position: Graduate research assistant

Education

Degree: Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) School / High School: University of Minnesota-Twin Cities 2010 to 2015 Specialities: Computer Science

Skills

Data Mining • Machine Learning • Bioinformatics • Genomics • MATLAB • Computer Science • Java • SQL • Data Analysis • Algorithms • Statistics • Microsoft Office • HTML • Programming • Next-Generation Sequencing Data Analysis • Matlab

Languages

English

Awards

Interdisciplinary doctoral fellowship - University of minnesota - graduate school • Nih neuroimaging training fellowship - University of minnesota - neuroimaging training program • Computer science block grant ph.d. fellowship - University of minnesota - computer science department • All-college honors for completion of honors program - Saint john's university • Departmental distinction in computer science for completion of honors senior thesis - Saint john's university - computer science department • Graduated summa cum laude - Saint john's university

Interests

Long-distance running, Biking, Snowboarding, Rock Climbing, Board games, Sabermetrics, Homebrewing

Industries

Biotechnology

Resumes

Resumes

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Computer Science Research Assistant / Ph.d. Student

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Position:
Graduate Research Assistant at University of Minnesota - Computer Science Department
Location:
Minneapolis, Minnesota
Industry:
Biotechnology
Work:
University of Minnesota - Computer Science Department - Minneapolis, MN since Sep 2010
Graduate Research Assistant

Medtronic - Mounds View, MN May 2011 - Aug 2011
CRT Research Summer Associate

Medtronic - Mounds View, MN May 2010 - Aug 2010
Software Engineering Summer Associate

St. John's University - Computer Science Department - Collegeville, M Aug 2007 - May 2010
Head Teaching Assistant

St. John's University - Computer Science Department - Collegeville, MN May 2009 - Aug 2009
Undergraduate Research Fellow
Education:
University of Minnesota-Twin Cities 2010 - 2015
Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.), Computer Science
University of Minnesota-Twin Cities 2010 - 2012
Master of Science (M.S.), Computer Science
St. John's University 2006 - 2010
Bachelor of Arts (B.A.), Numerical Computation
Skills:
Data Mining
Machine Learning
Bioinformatics
Genomics
MATLAB
Computer Science
Java
SQL
Data Analysis
Algorithms
Statistics
Microsoft Office
HTML
Programming
Next-Generation Sequencing Data Analysis
Matlab
Interests:
Long-distance running, Biking, Snowboarding, Rock Climbing, Board games, Sabermetrics, Homebrewing
Languages:
English
Awards:
Interdisciplinary Doctoral Fellowship
University of Minnesota - Graduate School
NIH Neuroimaging Training Fellowship
University of Minnesota - Neuroimaging Training Program
Computer Science Block Grant Ph.D. Fellowship
University of Minnesota - Computer Science Department
All-College Honors for completion of Honors Program
Saint John's University
Departmental Distinction in Computer Science for completion of Honors Senior Thesis
Saint John's University - Computer Science Department
Graduated summa cum laude
Saint John's University

Publications

Us Patents

Aggregating Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy Data

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US Patent:
2013011, May 2, 2013
Filed:
Dec 9, 2011
Appl. No.:
13/316177
Inventors:
Helen W. Otto - Forest Lake MN,
Kevin T. Ousdigian - Shoreview MN,
Julian Sanchez - Shoreview MN,
Sean R. Landman - Minneapolis MN,
Robert W. Stadler - Shoreview MN,
Assignee:
Medtronic, Inc. - Minneapolis MN
International Classification:
G06F 17/30
US Classification:
707737, 707E17009
Abstract:
Cardiac resynchronization therapy (CRT) performance data for a number of patients in which an implantable medical device (IMD) is implanted is aggregated and reports of the aggregated data are generated, e.g., for review by organizations or individual clinicians treating the patients. In one example, a method includes collecting CRT performance data correlated to cardiac rhythm event data for a first group of patients in which an IMD configured to deliver CRT is implanted, aggregating, with a computing device, the CRT performance data correlated to the cardiac rhythm event data for a second group of patients from among the first group of patients, and generating, with the computing device, a report comprising the aggregation of the CRT performance data correlated to the cardiac rhythm event data for the second group of patients.

Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy Loss Diagnostics

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US Patent:
2013011, May 2, 2013
Filed:
Nov 15, 2011
Appl. No.:
13/297104
Inventors:
Sean R. Landman - Minneapolis MN,
Robert W. Stadler - Shoreview MN,
Assignee:
Medtronic, Inc. - Minneapolis MN
International Classification:
A61N 1/37
US Classification:
607 28
Abstract:
In some examples, an IMD provides CRT data that indicates an amount of time that CRT was not delivered by the IMD, such as the % CRT. In some examples, a CRT loss diagnosis module apportions the amount of time that CRT was not delivered amongst predetermined reasons for loss of CRT based on the CRT data and sensed cardiac data from the IMD. An external computing device may present a representation of the apportionment to a user, e.g., a clinician. The external computing device may also analyze the apportionment, and recommend programming changes for the delivery of CRT by the IMD based on the analysis.
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