Emily Patridge, MLs, AHIP
Emily is the Assistant Director of Clinical Research & Data Services for the Health Sciences Library and TRAIL co-program manager. Emily has over thirteen years of experience as a health sciences librarian and has been with the University of Washington since August 2016.
Emily is available for consultations concerning literature searching, identification of research resources and utilization of literature resources. Emily is also available for idea incubation facilitation. Emily is tier-one support for REDCap.
Emily earned her Master’s in Library Science with a Health Informatics Focus, her graduate certificate in Advanced Management in Libraries and Information Agencies from the University of North Texas.
Bas de Veer, REDCap Lead, UW Medicine Research IT
Bas is a medical informatician who specializes in bridging the gap between the worlds of medicine and informatics. He possesses more than nine years of experience in the areas of software implementation, training, user experience, and research consulting.
Bas currently governs a REDCap installation of more than 4.500 users for the Institute of Translational Health Sciences, which is the NIH-funded Clinical and Translational Science Award at the University of Washington. In that capacity, he is responsible for end-user training, REDCap consulting, and the day-to-day operations of the local REDCap installation.
Bas earned both a Bachelor’s and a Master’s degree in Medical Informatics at the University of Amsterdam.
Ashleigh Lewis, REDCap Administrator, UW Medicine Research IT
Ashleigh is a University of Washington Alumni and has been supporting researchers and their operations since 2010. She started developing databases and assisting researchers on a more technical level in 2014 and progressed to producing REDCap databases shortly after. She started as a REDCap administrator at Washington State University in 2017 and more recently came back to the University of Washington family in early 2018.
Ashleigh administers the Institute of Translational Health Sciences REDCap installation, which is part of a NIH-funded Clinical and Translational Science Award at the University of Washington. Ashleigh is responsible for end-user training, REDCap consulting, and the day-to-day operations of the local REDCap installation, that serve more than 8500 users.
Julie T. Elworth, PhD
Julie T. Elworth, PhD is the Director of Evaluation for ITHS. In this role, Dr. Elworth designs and directs the use of rigorous evaluation methods to facilitate greater impact of ITHS programs. As part of the leadership team she provides strategic direction and guidance to ITHS teams to facilitate achievement of ITHS goals. She also provides consultation on methodological and instrument design.
She has over 20 years of research and evaluation experience. Her substantive background includes social psychology, health, education, organizational change and learning. She has worked in a variety of non-profit, academic, government and business settings including, NAACP, Consumers Union Foundation, the Global Fund for Women, the National Research Council, Battelle, the VA, U.S. Department of Energy, Bonneville Power Administration, Yale University, Stanford University, Washington State University, University of Texas at Dallas, Simmons College (Boston), and the National Opinion Research Center. She is a member of the American Evaluation Association and the American Sociological Association.
Dr. Elworth earned her BA and MA in Sociology from Washington State University and her PhD in Sociology from Stanford University.
Michael Moore, MISt
Michael is the Grants Administration and Special Projects Librarian at the University of Washington Health Sciences Library. He is responsible for identifying and coordinating applications for funding opportunities, and supporting various projects across the Health Sciences Library and TRAIL, such as the virtual reality studio and REDCap ticket system. His professional interests focus on technology in libraries, and evolving new tools and services that can foster innovative learning and teaching for modern students and faculty.
He previously served as Communications Officer then Special Projects Coordinator at McGill University, where he worked primarily to support the Rare Books & Special Collections, McGill University Archives, and Osler Library of the History of Medicine. Michael also earned his Master of Library Studies degree from McGill. Prior to his time in libraries, Michael was a professional journalist covering stories in and around Montreal, Canada.
Deric Ruhl, Linux System Administrator, HSL
Deric is providing technical support to the TRAIL project. He served with the WebSTOC group, developing and maintaining the nnlm.gov web site from 2013 to 2016. He can offer assistance with perl and python scripting, and provides consultation and troubleshooting regarding the data wall.
Adam Garrett, Systems Manager, HSL
Adam is providing technology support to the TRAIL project, including the Amazon Echo device and 360' camera. He is also available for consultations regarding mobile app development.
Tania Bardyn, MLIS, AHIP
Associate Dean of University Libraries
Director of the Health Sciences Library
Director, NNLM PNR
Sean D. Mooney, PhD
Chief Research Information Officer, UW Medicine
Professor, Department of Biomedical
Informatics & Medical Education