Metrum Research Group has proudly earned a place on the Marcum Tech Top 40 list for the 13th year. At MetrumRG, we are passionate about our mission to defeat disease. We provide innovative solutions at the intersection of data, science, and technology to generate key insights that impact biomedical decision-making.
Metrum Research Group proudly announces the selection of the abstract titled "Hierarchical Deep Compartment Modeling: A Workflow for Leveraging Machine Learning in Hierarchical Pharmacometric Modeling" as one of the recipients of the ACoP14 Quality Award.
In this month's edition of our employee spotlight series, we're introducing Jim Chandler. Jim joined the MetrumRG team in April 2022, initially taking on the role of Principal DevOps Engineer I within our Technology Solutions department. He was soon promoted to Director of Systems and Security. Jim brings with him a wealth of IT expertise spanning over 25 years, having previously served as the Senior Engineer at Propeller Health and as a Principal DevOps professional at MedicaSoft. He earned a Bachelor's degree from Weber State University in Ogden, UT.
A Versatile Role
Jim plays a multifaceted role at MetrumRG, contributing significantly to our operations. He is primarily responsible for continuously improving our infrastructure, utilizing automation techniques, upholding stringent security standards, and ensuring the reliability of our processes. Jim leads by example, fostering an environment that empowers and motivates each team member to reach their maximum potential. Additionally, he serves as a crucial liaison, streamlining client onboarding, addressing technical needs, and navigating roadmap dependencies. Leveraging his extensive technical knowledge, Jim also provides valuable advisory support to our leadership team.
At MetrumRG, we are committed to making a positive impact in our communities. Recently, we had the opportunity to collaborate with My Sisters' Place in Hartford, CT, to support families with school-age children as they prepare to return to the classroom.
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We are thrilled to announce that our CEO, Michelle Johnson, has been recognized as one of the finalists for the prestigious 2023 Women of Innovation® Awards. Organized by the Connecticut Technology Council (CTC), this award celebrates exceptional women in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) who have made significant contributions to their respective fields. Michelle's remarkable achievements as a leader and innovator in the life sciences industry have earned her this well-deserved recognition.
A Strategic, Purpose-Driven Leader
Michelle is a highly accomplished executive with a proven track record in building strategy and operational excellence around a compelling vision. With over 20 years of experience spanning multiple industries, her expertise in operations, marketing, and business management has been invaluable in driving the success of MetrumRG.
Allow us to shine the spotlight on Uchenna Emechebe, one of our exceptional Scientific Project Managers at MetrumRG, whose journey spans across continents and is fueled by a deep commitment to collaboration and lifelong learning. Originally from Nigeria, Uchenna brings a unique perspective, vibrant personality, and rich cultural background to our collaborative environment.
Academic Pursuits and Global Perspective
Uchenna's academic journey began at Nnamdi Azikiwe University in Awka, Anambra, where he earned his undergraduate degree. His thirst for
Topics: Employee Spotlight
Here at MetrumRG, in addition to our commitment to defeating disease through our day-to-day work, we also strive to make a tangible difference through a variety of community outreach activities. Most recently, we organized a special fundraising event for The Longest Day, the Alzheimer's Association's annual fundraising event.
In our Employee Spotlight this month, we proudly feature
Dr. Jia Kang, an extraordinary member of our team. With a deep passion for pharmacometrics and clinical pharmacology, Jia brings a unique perspective and an unwavering drive for excellence.
This month, we highlight Dan Polhamus in our Employee Spotlight series. Dan (pictured on the right with his family) is a remarkable individual who is making a significant impact on model-informed drug development. In this blog post, we explore Dan's perspective on MetrumRG's core values, his personal interests, and gain a glimpse into his aspirations and inspirations.
MetrumRG is thrilled to announce the appointment of Stacey Tannenbaum, PhD., FISoP as our new Vice President, Scientific Engagement.
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