Paul Sochacki

Paul Sochacki
Bio Lab Analytics LLC

M.S. Biology
Data Scientist

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Introduction
Paul is a biologist that dabbles in statistics, relational databases, laboratory medicine, electronic medical records (Epic, Cerner, NextGen, Centricity, Allscripts), HL7 interfaces, and web analytics. He enjoys working with life science professionals across a broad range of disciplines (including agriculture, biotechnology, physical therapy, and clinical research) , using data to answer questions and solve problems as a consultant at Bio Lab Analytics, LLC.
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May 2012 - present
Bio Lab Analytics, LLC
Position
  • Analyst
Description
  • R, SQL, Python, SAS, Tableau
November 2009 - July 2015
Oregon Health and Science University
Position
  • Analyst
Description
  • Clinical Chemistry, Biomedical Devices, Transfusion Medicine, Statistics/Biostatistics
September 2006 - March 2010
Portland State University
Position
  • Researcher
Description
  • Plant Ecology, Genetics, Mycorrhizal Symbiosis, Statistics

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Publications (7)
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Introduction Persons with haemophilia (PwH) have abnormally low bone density and increased risk of fractures. We previously demonstrated decreased skeletal health in factor VIII (FVIII)‐deficient mice. Thus, we hypothesized factor deficiency is an independent risk factor for decreased skeletal health. Aim We seek to identify differences in bone‐re...
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Background Delirium affects 10% to 30% of patients in pediatric intensive care units (PICU) and is associated with increased length of stay and prolonged late sequela. There are no prospective trials evaluating delirium in the pediatric hematology, oncology, and bone marrow transplant (PHO) population. Hypothesizing that delirium is underrecognized...
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Introduction: Adults with haemophilia frequently have a painful and disordered gait due to ankle arthropathy. Aim: The aim of this study was to determine if pain and gait parameters were affected by the use of different types of ankle bracing. Methods: We investigated the gait patterns of 17 men with severe haemophilia without bracing, using a...
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OBJECTIVES Excessive bleeding can be a problem during or after cardiac surgery. While cardiopulmonary bypass-associated platelet dysfunction is an important inducer of coagulopathy, preoperative platelet dysfunction can also contribute to this bleeding. We investigated the relationship between preoperative platelet dysfunction and transfusion of bl...
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Background Shear stress-induced platelet dysfunction (PD) is prevalent among adults with aortic stenosis. Our aim was to determine whether abnormal platelet function was associated with specific congenital cardiac lesions in children. Methods The charts of 407 children who had undergone cardiopulmonary bypass and had preoperative platelet function...
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Field and greenhouse studies have shown that arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi (AMF) can improve plant growth in environments with restricted water availability. The benefits of AMF symbiosis vary among plant species, but the extent to which AMF-mediated drought tolerance varies among subspecific taxa remains poorly understood. In this study, we examine...

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Project
The materials for this workshop are located in the following repository: https://github.com/Cyberskout99/DSBworkshop. Topics covered include using R to set up a SQL Db interface; data munging, analysis, and visualizations with emphasis on the Tidyverse framework; regular expressions; basic statistical modeling (correlation, ANOVA, regression); and a couple of data grouping methods (correspondence analysis & PCA).
Archived project
The CIRC project works with healthcare providers and IT developers to create tools aimed at increasing patient engagement and health literacy, improving the effectiveness of community-based treatments for chronic illnesses.