Albert Lee

Programmer Analyst
+1 415 502-7261

Albert joined the Memory and Aging Center in 2007, initially serving as the center’s Data Manager. For four years he acted as the liaison between clinical research personnel and programmers on the technology team, helping identify and systematize improvements in data collection design and implementation across research projects. Since then he’s transitioned wholly to the technology team, serving as one of the main programmers for LAVA, the open-source clinical research data management solution used at the MAC and at sites around the world. He is also a core member of the team of technologists providing research data management and software development services to the Memory and Aging Center and their collaborators.

Albert graduated from Duke University with a BA degree in computer science and English. After college he worked as a programmer for an internet startup and then as a Business/IT Analyst for Eli Lilly and Company.