Ursula Rogers joined the Applied Informatics team in August 2015 as a Sr. Informatics Analyst where she will be involved with Baseline, MURDOCK, data core activities and the data warehouse.
Ursula joined Duke in 2011, where she was lead data analyst at DCRI’s Center for Learning Healthcare. She led all aspects of data management including design, programming, database design and report writing for all of the Center’s Informatics systems. She has been a key player in survey and eCRF design with special focus on user experience and quality data collection. Ursula managed all databases and dataset requests for the Center’s 50+ studies, which include registries, clinical trials, QI projects and ePROs focusing on patient-centered cancer care, palliative symptom management, patient education and patient-provider communication.
Ursula graduated from the Clarkson University (NY) with a BS in Computer Science and a concentration in MIS and Mathematics. She brings 20+ years of software development experience from her varied programmer/analyst positions at IBM, GE, United Nations and several RTP start-ups, including PersimmonIT – a clinical trials software company.