Mr. Robinson supports research investigators in clinical research
informatics, data management and database design/development, including
assisting faculty in the development of grants and/or responding to
requests for proposals. He has extensive experience in directing Data
Coordinating Centers for grants specializing in multi-site clinical
trial studies as well as experience in developing clinical research
informatics products such as audio computer assisted self interviewing
(ACASI), electronic data capture (EDC) and training management systems.
Mr. Robinson has an interest in developing clinical research informatics products and methodologies that utilize information science and various technologies to improve the quality of clinical research studies. He also has an interest in providing comprehensive clinical research support services to expedite both the implementation and completion of research studies. Mr. Robinson is currently the Director of Data Management or Data Coordinating Center for twelve (12) grants and contracts.
Mr. Robinson has a master’s degree in education, has completed several graduate courses in research design and statistics at the National Institutes of Health, several courses in the Management of Technology Program at American University, and numerous computer programming and technology courses.
Mr. Robinson has over 35 years of experience in clinical research informatics, data management and large scale computing. He is also the Director of the Information Sciences Division at the Nathan S. Kline Institute for Psychiatric Research, Assistant Research Professor, Department of Psychiatry and Director of Clinical Research Informatics and Data Management in the Center for Health Informatics and Bioinformatics (CHIBI) New York University Langone Medical Center and has participated in the selection of Data and Statistical Coordinating Centers for the Nation Institute of Mental Health and the National Institute on Drug Abuse.
Mr. Robinson has numerous publications including reporting on findings in such areas as PTSD, Substance Use Disorders, Smoking Cessation, HIV/AIDS, HCV, Sexually Transmitted Infections, Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity and Anxiety Disorders. He is a member of the Society for Clinical Data Management, Society of Clinical Research Associates, Data Management Association International, and Society for Clinical Trials.