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Alexandru-Dan Corlan, MD, PhD
My primary interest is in stochastic models of patient evolution and
Apparent discordances in the results of separate clinical studies
might be clarified with unifying stochastic models of broader populations.
I am developing such models and validation methodology, with current applications
in electrocardiography and malignant arrhythmia prediction
as well as in pharmacodynamics, particularly that of coumarinic derivatives.
I have a related interest in high performance computing and
programming in R, Ada and CommonLisp.
I have a wish, for
a recent Linux distribution, perhaps Debian 7/Ubuntu 14.04, to be
I am also concerned with the enculturation of science and the
dynamics of paradigm adoption along generations and across cultures.
- Corlpack R-like data
structures in Ada, as well as assorted I/O,
and numerics functions;
also a related project
using the IEEE-754 NaN objects.
Stochastic calculator for the glomerular filtration rate
and the probability of renal failure given serum creatinine,
using the CKD-EPI formula.
- More information on clinical models in general
minimalistic middleware for running and documenting simple batch jobs
on a network of friendly computers.
strightforward language for handmaintained datasets such as logs.
- Warfarissimo an online
simulator for the pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics of oral
anticoagulants, such as Warfarin or Acenocoumarol.
- Ada binding
for the netcdf library.
a native Ada-95 library of lisp-like objects with a runtime
- Quick benchmark of some popular programming
languages and their Linux implementations
(Fortran, C, Ada, Java, Common-Lisp, Perl, Python, Ruby, R).
- Medline trend
find out how frequently a phrase was used, over the years, in the
Some example results.
- Common Lisp interface to Unix shells
(and in particular to bash)
- [ more projects ... ]