Profiles Research Networking Software was developed under the supervision of Griffin M Weber, MD, PhD, with support from Grant Number 1 UL1 RR025758-01 to Harvard Catalyst, The Harvard Clinical and Translational Science Center from the National Center for Research Resources and support from Harvard University and its affiliated academic healthcare centers.
For more information about Profiles RNS, please email the Harvard development team at email@example.com. We will try to reply promptly. Please note that commercial support options are available through Recombinant Data Corp. Harvard has no financial relationship with Recombinant, but we recommend them as an Authorized Service Provider for Profiles RNS.
Harvard Development Team
The software implementation is led by the Harvard Medical School Information Technology Department. The current and past members of the development team include Nick Benik, Nick Brown, Niraj Desai, Paul Gomez, John Halamka, Ken Huling, Shashank Jain, Melissa Kenny, Kevin Laitinen, Kellie Lucy, Krishna Nellutla, James Norman, Rob Piscitello, George Rakauskas, Jeff Rosen, Michele Sinunu, Franco Valentino, Marlon Violette, Griffin Weber, and Steve Wimberg.
UCSF Development Team
The UCSF Profiles team includes Mini Kahlon, Leslie Yuan, Eric Meeks, Cynthia Piontkowski, Anirvan Chatterjee, Oksana Gologorskaya and Brian Turner. UCSF has developed innovative promotional strategies for research networking, assisted with quality assurance, and produced the new functionality in the Profiles RNS 2.0 release. Mini Kahlon and Griffin Weber co-chaired the National CTSA Research Networking Group, which led the efforts to create a national pilot to demonstrate interoperability among different research networking platforms.
Recombinant by Deloitte
We thank the team at Recombinant by Deloitte for their many years as an Authorized Support Provider for Profiles RNS: Kimber Barton, Nick Brown, Peter Emerson, Dan Housman, Mike Klumpenaar, Dave Legge, Mark Mischke, Matvey Palchuk, Chris Parisi, and Nancy Pickard.