Curriculum vitae

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Education

  • 2014–Present McGill University
    Doctor of Philosophy, Experimental Medicine
  • 2009–2011 McGill University
    Master of Arts, Philosophy (Bioethics)
  • 2003–2009 The University of Western Ontario
    Bachelor of Arts, Honours Specialisation in Philosophy, Minor in Medical Science

Teaching

  • January 2011 – April 2011 McGill University Department of Philosophy
    Teacher’s assistant, Philosophy 237 (Contemporary Moral Issues)
  • September 2010 – December 2010 McGill University Department of Philosophy
    Teacher’s assistant, Philosophy 230 (Intro to Moral Theory)
  • September 2009 – December 2009 McGill University Department of Philosophy
    Teacher’s assistant, Philosophy 343 (Biomedical Ethics)

Employment

  • September 2010 – Present McGill Biomedical Ethics Unit
    Montréal, Québec, Canada
    Research assistant
  • May 2010 – July 2010 LinkNow! Media
    Montréal, Québec, Canada
    Web designer
  • September 2009 – April 2010 McGill University Biomedical Ethics Unit
    Montréal, Québec, Canada
    Website manager
  • August 2006 – August 2007 Power to Change, Canada
    Shijiazhuang, Hebei, China
    Short-Term International Intern
  • June 2000 – October 2002 Colormat Image Center
    Stratford, Ontario, Canada
    Photographic laboratory assistant

Publications

Presentations

  • Carlisle, B. G. Trial Accrual and Ethics: An Empirical Analysis. Society for Clinical Trials 35th Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA. 2014 May 19 (Invited).

Awards and fellowships

  • 2015 Rabinowitch Fellow
  • 2009 UWO Dean’s honor list
  • 2003 Rotary Community Involvement scholarship

Software

  • Drug Trials Visualiser
    The Drug Trials Visualiser is a tool for finding and displaying information about the development of drugs. It downloads trial data from www.clinicaltrials.gov and displays a chronological chart of all the clinical trials in the NLM database for the drug in question. FDA approvals, labeling revisions and other regulatory actions are also downloaded, parsed and overlaid on the graph.
  • Numbat Academic Meta-Analysis Extraction Manager
    Numbat is free software first developed by PhD student Benjamin Carlisle in 2014 to facilitate meta-analytic work for the Animals, Humans and the Continuity of Evidence grant as well as the Signals, Safety and Success grant. It is designed for use in meta-analytic projects in an academic context—managing the extraction of large volumes of data from primary sources among multiple users, and then reconciling the differences between them. It is released as free and open-source under the GNU GPL v 2.
  • Accumulating Evidence and Research Organization Chart Generator
    The AERO generator is a free web-based application for generating AERO diagrams from spreadsheet data using the tikz package for LaTeX. The AERO (Accumulating Evidence and Research Organization) diagram is based on Spencer Hey’s paper (Hey et al., Trials 2013, 14:159  doi:10.1186/1745-6215-14-159) and the application was first developed in May 2014 by Benjamin Carlisle and Andrew Chung, members of the STREAM research group in the Biomedical Ethics Unit at McGill University. It is released as free and open-source under the GNU GPL v 2.

BibTeX

@online{bgcarlisle2011-2321,
    title = {Curriculum vitae},
    journaltitle = {The Grey Literature},
    author = {Benjamin Gregory Carlisle},
    address = {Montreal, Canada},
    date = 2011-10-30,
    url = {https://www.bgcarlisle.com/blog/curriculum-vitae/}
}

MLA

Carlisle, Benjamin Gregory. "Curriculum vitae" Web blog post. The Grey Literature. 30 Oct 2011. Web. 22 Nov 2017. <https://www.bgcarlisle.com/blog/curriculum-vitae/>

APA

Carlisle, Benjamin Gregory. (2011, Oct 30). Curriculum vitae [Web log post]. Retrieved from https://www.bgcarlisle.com/blog/curriculum-vitae/


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