Sean Dreilinger

HYPERMEDIA RESUMÉ
Director for Internet Services
World Information Networks, San Diego, California


Summary

Developed web–based conference services. Administered two production Internet servers, created Internet interfaces to peer–reviewed journal and annual medical conference, supported remote customers, researchers, and listserv subscribers. 1995-96

Portfolio

Medicine Meets Virtual Reality IV

 
Example of a comprehensive conference site developed for the fourth annual Medicine Meets Virtual Reality event.

Adapted to the web and put online over 50 papers and poster presentations from speakers around the world. Also performed a retrospective conversion on three years of conference proceedings.

Like most conferences we hosted, this one included the obligatory adaptation of the paper program, creation of an online registration facility, e-mail discussion lists for attendees and paper referees, and an electronic paper-upload area.

BITMed (Laboratory for Biological Informatics and Theoretical Medicine)


Installed and administered all the Internet services bitmed, a Sun Solaris host. Refined the web interface significantly from its original version, including full-text site search, visitor statistics, paper library, graphical and navigation enhancements.

Cybermouse
is an innovative simulator developed in Tcl, X-windows and Dr. Sieburg's SLANG language--years before JAVA and ActiveX. I improved the original visual interface.

BITMed and Cybermouse UI Review
. My contribution to the final write-up for this NSF grant-funded project. (Adobe Acrobat PDF File)

World Information Networks

 
Appeared in Washington, D.C. to deliver this presentation and give a hands-on Internet tutorial to the $1,500 per-seat audience at this Barnett Conference of pharmaceutical executives.

Charged with adapting the old site to something in the Bauhaus or Jügendstil style (wha?), I reorganized the underlying architecture and created the minimalist site above, which contains hundreds of pages.

Created several Internet homes for non-profits, such as this one for the Disabled Businesspersons Association.

National Managed Healthcare Coalition

Created Internet homes for a series of medical conferences hosted by the National Managed Healthcare Coalition.
HealthInfo--National

MIREX

HealthInfo--West

NMHCC Executive Briefing series, including Physician Compensation and Home-Care.
Reference
Dr. Hans B. Sieburg
In Silico Technologies, Inc.
3550 General Atomics Court
Building 14, Suite 145
San Diego, CA 92121-1194
+1 (619) 455-3700
hsieburg@insilico.com

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