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Song manages communication climate assessment (C-CAT) projects for the Center for Bioethics and Humanities. He has developed systematic approaches to data categorization and analysis, increasing the Center’s capacity to manage concurrent assessment of 47 clinical and non-clinical sites. Song is expert in survey design, project management, team collaboration and statistical analysis.
Currently, he is providing data for the re-endorsement of the Clinical Climate Assessment Toolkit by the National Quality Forum. He also is creating a contact database for the Center, developing an evaluation process for the Certificate in Health Humanities and providing administrative support to the SOM
Curriculum Reform Committee and other Center projects and programs.
- University of Colorado – Boulder, BA. Biochemistry and Chemistry, 2012
- University of Colorado – Anschutz Medical Campus, M.S. Biomedical Science & Biotechnology, 2017
- Quantitative and qualitative data analysis
- Humanism in longitudinal medical education
- Social, psychological and communication factors affecting medical care deliveries
- Biochemical principles governing the physiological functioning of human body
- Data mining and statistical modeling
- Weight lifting