Donald Wachsberger earned a bachelor's degree in Mathematics from Purdue University and an M.S. degree in Computer and Information Services from The Ohio State University.
He has been designing and building interactive registries to support clinical trials and research studies for more than 20 years. His work includes developing specific data collection research strategies in varied medical specialties, such as clinical research, gastroenterology, cardiology, hepatology, infectious disease and others.
He has directed teams of programmers and systems analysts engaged in similar efforts. At the Cleveland Clinic, Wachsberger served as interim director of computing in the department of Biostatistics and Epidemiology, with responsibility for a $200,000 capital budget for computing hardware and software.
At Akron Children's Rebecca D. Considine Research Institute, he is developing research registries for clinical research, medical education, sports medicine, neurodevelopmental science center, pulmonary medicine and child abuse and prevention center.
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