Ross Dunn is a Data Manager in the Clinical Epidemiology and Biostatistics Unit at the Murdoch Childrens Research Institute, where his role is providing support and development services in Microsoft Access and REDCap database applications. He holds a Bachelor of Applied Science (Applied Chemistry), obtained in 1987 and a decade later obtained Graduate Diploma in Business Information Technology.
His working life initially started as an Analytical Chemist conducting chemical residue testing for the Victorian State Government, which included toxicology analysis for the State Coroner's Office.
Ross then progressed to implementing and managing Laboratory Information Management Systems (LIMS) at the State Chemistry Laboratory before he managed a series of environmental databases for State Government and private industry.
Most recently, Ross has been involved with database development and support for medical researchers.
The focus of Ross' work is database development and data support systems, which currently involve REDCap and Microsoft Access database software. He also provides support for data migration; as well as project management with regards to data collection and processing of CRFs.
In addition, Ross also has experience implementing and operating Laboratory Information Management Systems (LIMS) and basic experience with Geographical Information Systems (GIS).
He also has a personal interest in capturing photographic and video data associated with medical research; integration and data sharing of different data systems
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