Hattye is the Virtual Assistant at Vivli, specializing in leadership support for day-to-day operations.
Prior to this role, Hattye has worked in a Biotechnology Start up as Manager of Legal Affairs. There she served as the point person for all communication between the Legal Team and Clients for all legal matters. She received her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Philosophy from Hobart and William Smith.
Vivli will host a workshop at the 2023 Cochrane Colloquium in London on September 4. The Cochrane Colloquium is an annual event for Cochrane in support of its mission to promote evidence-informed health decision-making.
Vivli’s workshop will focus on “Practical advice for accessing patient-level data from a data sharing platform for evidence synthesis.” This session will provide:
- an introduction to the Vivli platform, including an overview of data available and hands-on group work on how to submit a request for data
- an overview of first-hand experience of using patient level data using Vivli’s data sharing platform as a case study
- a discussion session focusing on some of the opportunities and challenges associated with using patient level data (for example: what to do when data needed to answer the hypothesis is not available via a single data sharing platform?)
This session will be a mixture of hands-on practice and opportunities to hear from researchers who have used the platform, patient advocates, and data providers. There will also be time for participants to ask questions about the data access process.
Vivli Senior Director Julie Wood will be joined by Alan Chant, the patient representative on the Independent Review Panel; Catrin Tudur Smith from the University of Liverpool; and Rebecca Sudlow from Roche to facilitate this workshop.
For more information on the 2023 Cochrane Colloquium and to register for this session, please see the event schedule. Please note that participation in this session is open only to registered Colloquium attendees.
Sarah is a Senior Clinical Research Manager at Vivli. She received a Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Science (BS) from Salem State University in 2015 and a Master of Science in Biotechnology, Bioinformatics (MS) from University of Maryland in 2022.
Prior to this role, Sarah has worked in a Molecular Biology laboratory as an Associate Scientist at Azenta Life Sciences. Most recently, she worked at a precision oncology company, Guardant Health, which specializes in liquid biopsy. Here, she served as a supervisor where she led Biospecimen management operation teams in the San Diego and Redwood City laboratories and gained experience in clinical trial sample management and clinical trial project coordination.
The NIH Data Management and Sharing (DMS) policy went into effect in January 2023 to promote the sharing of scientific data.
Please watch Vivli’s recent webinar and find out more about how Vivli can help you navigate the NIH Data Management and Sharing policy. Hear from academic staff on their experiences in supporting researchers with their Data Management and Sharing Plans (DMSP).
During this webinar, we:
- Provide an overview of Vivli, including what types of data should be shared in Vivli
- Discuss the benefits of using Vivli to meet the data sharing requirements of your NIH grant
- Review the steps to completing the NIH DMSP and budget justification
- Hear views from academic staff on their experiences supporting researchers to complete the new NIH DMSP
- Anne Seymour, Johns Hopkins University
- Amy Nurnberger, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
- John Borghi, Stanford University
- Rebecca Li and Julie Wood, Vivli
Participants had the opportunity to ask questions. This webinar is most useful for current or prospective NIH grantees or those who support them.
Kim joined the Vivli team in 2021 as Administrative Coordinator and currently works as Project Coordinator, where she is responsible for supporting members in their day-to-day operations.
Prior to joining Vivli, Kim worked with a commercial real estate firm as an Executive Assistant, supporting a team of brokers and developing standard operating procedures. Kim holds an Associate of Science degree in Public Health.
Bill O’Neil is a Principal Software Engineer at Vivli.
Prior to joining Vivli, Bill worked at Parexel International where he led teams developing and implementing applications for supporting clinical trials, including the management of documents for same. Prior to Parexel Bill was with various commercial ERP software companies developing critical applications for business, including material management for manufacturers, order management, and SharePoint administration.
Irene Troupansky is the Senior Software Architect at Vivli.
Prior to joining Vivli, Irene was a Senior Software Architect at Examity where she helped the company to launch its first Cloud SaaS Multi-Tenant version of Examity Platform and lead its further design and development through the company rapid growing, insuring Examity’s leading place as online proctoring provider. Prior to Examity, Irene was a Lead Architect/Developer at Tracker Systems, where she helped the company to upgrade its product to a Cloud SaaS version and lead the product further design and development.
William is currently the Technical Operations Engineer. He joined the Vivli team in 2021.
He Holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science from UMass Lowell and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Criminal Justice from Plymouth State University. Before joining Vivli, William worked for the State of New Hampshire at the Department of Information Technology (DoIT), providing technical support to state employees.
Catherine D’Arcy is a Senior Program Manager for Vivli. Prior to joining Vivli, Catherine gained 30 years of experience in the pharmaceutical industry, most recently managing data sharing requests for GlaxoSmithKline, and prior to that within clinical trial operations. She has a bachelor degree in Medical Biochemistry from the University of London.
Sienna joined the Vivli team in 2021 as an Executive Assistant and has transitioned into operations work with the team in the Clinical Data Manager role.
She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree with a focus in psychology from Harvard College. She is an AmeriCorps alumni having served two years with City Year Boston. Prior to joining Vivli, Sienna worked with an education nonprofit supporting organization operations and executive leadership.