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Eili Klein

Based in Baltimore

I have worked with information technology for more than 20 years, first as front-end developer and then as an e-architect and project manager. I am experienced in several programming languages (C, C++, Java, HTML, CSS, Python, Javascript, SQL, ColdFusion, Cobol, ASP), frameworks (Jquery, Bootstrap), and systems (AWS, Azure, Apps, Stripe, Cloudflare) and have experience building large-scale applications for large and small companies. I am currently an assistant professor at Johns Hopkins University and a fellow at the Center for Disease Dynamics, Economics & Policy, with a PhD in mathematical ecology. Recent projects include the development of ResistanceMap, a repository for antibiotic resistance data from around the world, and ResistanceMap Surveillance Network, which interfaces with hospital electronic medical record systems and collects patient-level antimicrobial resistance data and provides a portal for hospitals to query data and generate antibiograms. I do not believe there is a single correct technology, but that individuals and companies must continually update, modify, and adapt to the a changing technological world. I have the ability and experience to develop new ground-breaking apps as well as the ability to tie them back to legacy mainframe systems when necessary. I am experienced both in developing technology as well as selling technology, and can provide experience in managing projects large and small.

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