Manager, Epidemiology Analytics
Janssen Research and Development
Christopher Knoll is a Manger of Epidemiology Analytics at Janssen Research and Development where he architects software solutions and data platforms for the analysis and application of observational data sources. Chris’ areas of expertise include web application development, service oriented architecture, data visualization, and software engineering. He is currently a collaborator of the open-source software working group in OHDSI. Contributions include: lead designer of Circe (cohort definitions), Achilles/AchillesWeb (database characterization), major contributor to Atlas (standardized platform for OHDSI analytics), lead developer of Atlas D3 visualization library, served as faculty for several OHDSI symposium classes and presentations, and mentor to many contributors in the OHDSI open source community.
Prior to joining Janssen Research and Development, Chris worked with several financial institutions assisting them in modeling credit risk applications for lenders, as well as leading large software development teams. Other industries Chris has experience in are finance, e-commerce, and consumer electronics. Chris received his undergraduate degrees in Computer Science and Philosophy at Rutgers University.
Knoll C, DeFalco F, Ryan PB. Applications of the OMOP Common Data Model for Clinical Trial Feasibility Assessment. Observation Medical Outcomes Partnership (OMOP) – Innovation in Medical Evidence Development and Surveillance (IMEDS) 2013 Symposium. November 2013.