Mr. Beebe has extensive experience in graphic and interaction design, user interface modeling, technical illustration and infographic creation. He is adept at synthesizing ergonomics, human factors, and user-centered design concepts and testing methodologies to improve the usability of communications technologies and related systems. He holds a bachelor's degree in environmental systems design from Antioch University West, and received educational training in engineering at Carnegie-Mellon University and industrial design at Syracuse University.
Ms. Calderon has an MBA with a focus in project management and over 20 years of experience working within a healthcare setting. Her most recent work experience has been in research grants management. She works closely with the PIs to assure that all elements of the project remain on schedule, of the highest quality, and within budget. She actively participates in all aspects of the project, attends project meetings, manages project communications, and contributes to project dissemination activities.
Ms. Reale is a board-certified nurse informaticist who specializes in the design, facilitation, and analysis of healthcare-related usability evaluations. Her clinical background is primarily in neonatal intensive care and includes both direct patient care and clinical nurse education. Ms. Reale has a master’s degree in nursing informatics from Vanderbilt University and a bachelor’s degree in business administration from San Jose State University.
Ms. Schremp is a research assistant currently working on the NICU-OR perioperative safety project at the Children's Hospital. She is also enrolled in Vanderbilt’s Master’s of Science in laboratory investigation program.
Clinical Informatics Fellow