Nathan Graham

I've recently started working at EquipmentShare as an automation engineer in Kansas City, Missouri.

Previously, I spent 5 years as a Systems/Software Engineer at the University of Kansas Medical Center (KUMC) Division of Medical Informatics. My primary focus at KUMC has been The Healthcare Enterprise Repository for Ontological Narration (HERON) which encompasses an i2b2 instance loaded with various clinical data sources including the Epic Electronic Medical Record system at KUMC hospital. A subset of our work can be found on the public version of the Medical Informatics Trac wiki. Recently, I've been contributing to the Greater Plains Collaborative funded by the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI).

Prior to working at KUMC, I spent a year and a half as a Technology Consultant at Cerner Corporation where I traveled all over the the United States primarily supporting Cerner Point of Care solutions.

Before Cerner, I spent 7 years at Garmin as an embedded software engineer. I served two of those years as a team leader. My team was responsible for Garmin sensor products and support for low level hardware platform technologies such as NAND/NOR flash storage, file systems, Garmin proprietary operating system, USB, 3rd party processors and GPS chip sets.

I graduated from Missouri University of Science and Technology (known as "University of Missouri - Rolla" at the time) with a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Engineering.