BS, Computer Science
North Carolina Central University, Durham, NC
Justin Dash is a Senior Data Manager at RTI-HS, with 18 years of experience developing, maintaining, and validating clinical and nonclinical database management applications and environments.
Mr. Dash’s expertise includes automated computer-assisted self-interview (ACASI) system development, secure web-based electronic data capture (EDC) and reporting systems, mobile device data collection systems, and various tools to assist site staff with participant retention. He also has extensive experience developing surveys and observational/interventional data collection systems within OpenClinica and Qualtrics.
Prior to joining RTI-HS, he was employed at Family Health International (FHI 360) where he served as a data systems programmer. His primary responsibilities in that capacity were to develop, test, validate, deploy, support, and maintain study-specific applications for various study teams/projects throughout the organization. Mr. Dash also developed application user manuals for study-specific applications and maintained all relevant standard operation procedures (SOPs) and working instructions. One of his achievements was to deploy and support a multilingual, audio-based, client-administered survey in Kenya and South Africa. He also built, validated, and deployed an in-house, study-specific system for collecting and reporting serious adverse events (SAEs) for multiphase clinical trials. The web-based system is designed to collect and notify study and safety team members in real- time, upon receipt of a report of an SAE to facilitate the reporting of these events in a timely manner.
In addition to application development, Mr. Dash served as administrator in FHI 360’s two clinical data management systems, ClinTrial and OpenClinica. He has developed and conducted data management trainings and workshops for the National Institutes of Health (NIH) International Clinical Sciences Support Group (ICSSC) as well as Good Clinical Practice trainings, workshops, and site assessments in Africa, Asia, and the US.