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Jason Kennedy

Research Project Manager


Jason Kennedy, MS joined CRISMA as a research project manager in 2016.  Prior to joining CRISMA, he worked in industry as a health scientist for CHEMRISK, where his duties included statistical analyses, mathematical modeling, and risk assessment for EPA, Health Canada, and REACH.  Jason attended graduate school at Saint Louis University, where he worked as a senior research assistant, managing day-to-day operations of multiple grants for the Department of Housing and Urban Development, while completing his Master of Science degree in Biomedical Engineering.  Jason has also been a member of the Biomedical Engineering Society since 2002.  Jason’s current work includes project management for Sepsis Endotyping in Emergency Care (SENECA), a project using EHR and protein biomarkers to identify and characterize patterns of disease within Sepsis.  More broadly, his interests include the use of EHR to identify and visualize early-stage digital signatures of disease.

Jason lives in Squirrel hill with his wife, daughter, and dog.  In his spare time, he enjoys cooking, hiking, camping, and board games.


Education and Training Degree Year Field
Washington University B.S. 2004 Biomedical Engineering
Saint Louis University M.S. 2008 Biomedical Engineering