Duke Medical Research

Principal Architect, Production Support

September 2010 – December 2011

September 2013 – Present

Architect and principle engineer for the Duke Medicine Animal Management System: a secure and lightweight portal to track and manage animal inventory and research protocols. It uses an automated workflow to ensure proper communication with the Duke staff and outside institutions. Built using ASP.NET MVC 3.0, Razor scripting, jqGrid and Ajax on the front end. Sql Server 2008 R2 and Entity Framework 4.0 to manage the back-end data. Projects: Duke Medical Research Inventory Management System (Vivarian)

Implemented client requested enhancements to online forms and custom reports. Served as primary production support to troubleshoot end user issues as well as assist with integration of data into the application from external data sources. Project is in maintenance mode.


  • Programming:ASP.NET MVC, Razor, JavaScript
  • Servers:  IIS, SQL Server, Entity Framework
  • Operating Systems: Windows Server
  • Applications: TeamCity

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