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Dr. Andrew Martin
Principal Informatics Architect, Stanford University School of Medicine, Research IT

Dr. Martin is a clinical informatics specialist at Stanford.  He has a PhD degree in Biochemistry from the Peter Schultz’s laboratory at UC – Berkeley and a B.A. from Carleton College.  His professional background is in informatics research and analysis in scientific domains, primarily biotech and small pharmaceutical R&D.  He is a co-founder (formerly Assay Depot) – the world’s largest online marketplace for pharmaceutical services.  Previously, he was Head of Informatics at Kalypsys, a high-throughput drug discovery and technology company. Andy has been consulting and working at Stanford for over six years.  He currently serves on the board for the Firetree Asia Foundation and

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Stephen Woody
Associate Chief Information Officer, Duke University

Mr. Woody is a 40-year veteran of information technology. He started his career as a software developer working in a number of industries. During the 80’s Mr. Woody was a developer for a Silicon Valley startup that later became the number 3 financial software vendor with software installed at 600 of the fortune 1000 companies. Mr. Woody currently works for the Duke University School of Medicine serving the last 18 years in a number of roles including Director of Infrastructure and Architecture in the Office of Research Informatics, Associate CIO for Clinical and Translation Research for Duke Medicine, and CIO for the Duke Clinical Research Institute. At Duke, he was responsible for clinical research software covering global coordination of multi-center clinical trials and site-based research. In his current role, he is responsible for designing a service-based approach to research and research administrative systems. Mr. Woody’s focus is to drive down the cost of clinical research and accelerate the research process while maintaining necessary compliance. Mr. Woody attended school at Virginia Tech and University of Maryland in electrical engineering.