Meet the March Edgy Winners!
We had three Silver Edgy winner in March! These folks, all new to the Edge, proved their social media prowess by garnering more than 50 views–all of them actually made it over 100!–and at least 10 likes for their posts.
Meet our winners below, and stay tuned for the next round of Edgys, when you can bring in fame and fortune (well, an Amazon gift card) by writing a post that gets attention.
Alvin is a post-doctoral fellow with the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs and has interests in clinical decision-making, informatics, prediction modeling, human factors, & implementation methods. His research interests focus on the design, implementation, and evaluation of tools that support clinical decision-making for outcomes where probabilities can be assigned.
Julia Phillippi, PhD, MSN (aka Trillium) is our second Silver Edgy winner with her post, Simple Steps to Validating and Managing Others: A Bedtime Story.
Julia is an Assistant Professor in Vanderbilt’s School of Nursing. She describes herself as a “K-level scholar stretching toward the R-level.”
Aimee Edgeworth (aka SociallyAwkward) is our third Silver Edgy winner with her post, Post Like a Pro: 3 FREE Resources to Make Your Social Media Posts Stand Out.
Aimee is an Associate Program Manager with the Vanderbilt Institute for Clinical and Translational Research (VICTR). She’s also the “Social Media Posting-Princess for ResearchMatch.org – a free and secure online volunteer registry helping researchers and volunteers #GetMatched across the country. No, we don’t find you a date for Saturday night. Yes, we do help find interested volunteers to help you complete your research.”