Clark Evans

Informatics Co-Leader
Tufts CTSI

Clark is a veteran software developer, a founder of the YAML project, and was previously technical co-founder of Prometheus Research, now part of IQVIA. For 16 years at Prometheus, Clark was the architect of numerous patient registries, including those at the Simons Foundation, the Marcus Autism Center, CureSMA, the Autism Biomarker Consortium for Clinical Trials (ABC-CT), the Children’s Hospital Association, the American Optometric Association, the Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation (MMRF), and the American Society of Hematology. Clark has expertise in biomedical query mediation, developing tools and resources for research needs, and creating collaborative, cross-functional teams. Clark joins William Harvey, MD, MSc, FACR and Andrew Williams, PhD, co-directors of Informatics; Svetlana Rojevsky, MSc will continue as Program Administrative Director of Informatics. Clark will support engineering management services, and oversight of research requests and program operations. He will also serve as an advisor to the Tufts Analytic Platform, an AI-powered predictive model development for patient and population level analytics, multiscale biomarker discovery, and early-stage drug discovery activities.