Eric Meeks

Title(s)Chief Technology Officer, CTSI, CTSI
SchoolSchool of Medicine
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Phone415-514-8081
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    VIVO2014VIVO Applications Contest
    University of Californa2013University of California Larry L. Sautter Award - Golden Award

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    Eric Meeks is the technical lead for the Research Technology group and CTO for the Clinical and Translational Science Institute at UCSF. Eric has worked extensively with Research Networking Systems (RNS) and has contributed as a developer to the two leading open source RNS products, namely VIVO and Profiles RNS. In industry, Mr. Meeks worked in Silicon Valley with numerous entrepreneurial efforts supporting first generation products and services, and he is co-inventor for two patents resulting from his work with early web transaction systems. He earned an undergraduate degree in engineering from Duke University and studied computational fluid dynamics at Princeton prior to embarking on a career in software development. Eric is also an avid mountain biker.

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      1. Electronic Medical Record Search Engine (EMERSE): An Information Retrieval Tool for Supporting Cancer Research. JCO Clin Cancer Inform. 2020 05; 4:454-463. Hanauer DA, Barnholtz-Sloan JS, Beno MF, Del Fiol G, Durbin EB, Gologorskaya O, Harris D, Harnett B, Kawamoto K, May B, Meeks E, Pfaff E, Weiss J, Zheng K. PMID: 32412846.
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      2. The use and significance of a research networking system. J Med Internet Res. 2014 Feb 07; 16(2):e46. Kahlon M, Yuan L, Daigre J, Meeks E, Nelson K, Piontkowski C, Reuter K, Sak R, Turner B, Weber GM, Chatterjee A. PMID: 24509520.
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      3. Open Research Networking Gadgets (ORNG). AMIA Jt Summits Transl Sci Proc. 2013; 2013:175. Meeks E, Turner B, Chatterjee A, Yuan L. PMID: 24303259.
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      4. Direct2Experts: a pilot national network to demonstrate interoperability among research-networking platforms. J Am Med Inform Assoc. 2011 Dec; 18 Suppl 1:i157-60. Weber GM, Barnett W, Conlon M, Eichmann D, Kibbe W, Falk-Krzesinski H, Halaas M, Johnson L, Meeks E, Mitchell D, Schleyer T, Stallings S, Warden M, Kahlon M, Direct2Experts Collaboration . PMID: 22037890.
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