In November, thirty-five Yale colleagues were honored with the Linda K. Lorimer Award for Distinguished Service. The University REDCap Team, REDCap@Yale, was acknowledged for their work skillfully introducing the tool to Yale. HSIS members Kraig Eisenman and Brian Funaro were among those recognized.
REDCap is an open-source research data collection tool that provides university investigators with optimal services. Over the years, their ingenuity, combined with a commitment to excellence, has led to software and system improvements that enhance data quality and project efficiency for Yale investigators at 39 schools and departments, involving more than 1,300 research projects conducted in 91 countries worldwide. Kraig and Brian played a significant role in supporting IT engineering.
From Information Technology Services, the School of Medicine, and the School of Public Health: Peter Charpentier, Kraig Eisenman (top row); Katy Araujo (middle row); Janet Miceli, Brian Funaro, Dana Limone, and Mary Geda (bottom row), with President Salovey and Linda Lorimer (not shown in photo: Jesse Reynolds).
Read the full Lorimer Award announcement to learn about the other award recipients.