Steve Gomori brings more than two decades of software development experience to studies of public health. An expert in multiple programming languages, applications, and databases, he also offers leadership skills and has a long record of successful interactions with clients.
Currently, Mr. Gomori is leading teams that are developing secure, web-based information management systems for large studies funded by the National Institutes of Health. These include the AURORA study, a longitudinal study of trauma survivors, and Chronic Overlapping Pain Conditions, an investigation of several debilitating conditions that tend to coexist, especially in women. Mr. Gomori has also contributed to projects involving HIV prevention, workplace safety, and the health risks of tobacco, among other topics.
Mr. Gomori joined RTI in 2015 from Battelle Memorial Institute, where he managed technical staff and led software development projects in health analytics. He teaches computer science on an adjunct basis at Ohio State University and has also taught at Franklin University, where he won an award for excellence in teaching. He is a member of the Association for Computing Machinery.