This site is always a work in progress. If you spot any major errors, please notify me on my talk page. If you e-mail me, also leave a note on my talk page as I don't check e-mails related to this wiki that often.
Areas of focus
My focus here shifts often. Some days I'll work to improve our most popular pages. Other days I'll be working on expanding information about laboratory informatics vendors. Or I may be working on site documentation and training material. However, regardless of where my time goes, my primary focus is the same as that of this wiki: creating and managing organized, documented, and up-to-date content regarding all aspects of laboratory informatics, bioinformatics, and health informatics.
Since April 15, 2011, I've made 9000 edits to the site and counting. However, as Wikipedia reminds us, "it's the quality of edits that counts, not the quantity." I've attempted to focus on quality of edits as much as I have the quantity, using strong citations and remaining as neutral as possible.
You can view all of my contributions here.
Pages I don't want to forget
There are several pages I don't want to forget about, either because they will eventually be deleted once the content is created or because they need future work.
- LIMSWiki:Community portal : need to remember to update this regularly
These are subpages I use from time to time to test code, update training material, or collate useful research links.