||Dr. Wu is an experienced
physician and an Oracle and Microsoft SQL Server certified DBA.
Specializing in medical informatics, Dr. Wu has hands-on experience
developing complex Oracle medical databases and he excels in
using Oracle Discoverer, OLAP and HTML-DB to create informatics
systems for life-saving Oracle applications. Dr. Wu
possesses the rare combination of medical, statistical and technical
knowledge that is indispensable for any medical informaticist.
Post-Doc Fellowship (1994-1996)
Radiation Oncology Branch, National Cancer Institute/ National Institutes of
Health Bethesda, Maryland
Doctor of Medicine (1991)
Beijing Medical University, Beijing, China
2003-present Clinical Data Analyst
Decision Support Center (DSC), Walter Reed Army Medical Center (Washington
Developed and implemented the DSC Data Warehouse and data mart.
Developed and maintained PL/SQL procedures for ETL insert data into data
warehouse from sources such as ICDB, CHCS, historical CHCS, M2 Bridge and
Generated reports for department chiefs, services chiefs, annual report for
Army Surgeon General and presentations for the director of HealtheForces.
Preparing dataset and research tools for clinical investigators and
administrative staff by using Oracle PL/SQL, Oracle discoverer, Oracle
HTMLDB and Crystal Report.
Prepared dataset and analyzed results for data mining projects.
Publications: Hamm CK, Kennedy MR, Wu T, Phillips JS: An Operational Data
Store for Reporting Clinical Practice Guideline Adherence in Chronic Disease
Patients: IEEE Proceedings, Computer-Based Medical Systems 2004, Accepted
Oracle Certified Professional - Oracle DBA
Microsoft Certified Professional - SQL Server DBA
Oracle 10g, SQL Server
Tools and Languages
Web application development software: ASP, Cold Fusion,
Reporting tools: Oracle Discoverer, Crystal Reports
Data analysis tools: Oracle Data Mining, Oracle Text Mining, SAS
1999-2003 Software Engineer/Data
HealtheForces, Walter Reed Army Medical Center (Washington DC)
Developed scorecard application and Diabetes Institute database application
using Cold Fusion. Converted the applications into ASP/XML version.
Developed Web based compliance report for scorecards, surveys and clinic
Gathered supporting data for Walter Reed JCAHO certifications.
Awards: 2003 Government Technology Leadership Award -- HealtheForces
1999-2000 Web Engineer
NARMC Telemedicine Directorate , Walter Reed Army Medical Center (Washington
Created and maintained NARMC/WRAMC website pages.
Created and maintained database driven clinical applications such as
Tele-dermatology, Nuclear Medicine Teaching Files, Pathology Quizmaster and
monthly utilization reports.
Initiated and evaluated Tele-pathology project by sending and receiving
virtual slides between Walter Reed pathology clinic and AFIP labs.
Awards: OTSG and NARMC good performance coins
1998 Research Microbiologist
Armed Forces Institute of Pathology (AFIP), Washington, DC
Studied human peripheral blood mononuclear cell proliferative response by
infected with Mycoplasma Incognitus isolated from organs of persons who had
died of AIDS and used specially designed PCR tests to look for the
Mycoplasma DNA and detected chromosome abnormalities on human blood cells.
Analyzed blood and tissues samples from Gulf War veterans.
1996-1998 Senior Research Scientist
American Lab Technology, Rockville, Maryland
Developed and improved a system for in vitro production of fully mature
erythroid cells from hematopoietic stem cells (HSC) of diverse origins and
used this system to collect and analysis data on drugs effect on hemoglobin
synthesis during the differentiation of erythroid lineage.
Produced human chromosome probes labeled with fluorescent dyes and Modified
FISH hybridization procedure to improve the efficiency of screening cells
for chromosome abnormalities in testing chemicals for mutagenicity and for
rearrangements associated with tumors. (Collaborate with National Human
Genome Research Institute/National Institutes of Health)
Developed a protocol to enrich the yield of fetal cells lymphocytes,
nucleated red cells in maternal blood during pregnancy and identifying
cytogenetic and other genetic abnormalities by using chromosome painting