Ed Yoon, chief technology officer of dataFascia, is drawing a diagram on a wall in his office. Don’t worry; the paint used in the offices turns a boring wall into a dry erase board.
His company is working on a way to make electronic health records, EHRs, more available to app developers.
“In essence, we’re sort of a middleware lair that allows us to take data from different EHR's and abstract that in a way so that the app developer is just looking at the data; not caring really caring where the data's actually coming from,” says Yoon.
On the sixth floor, Lauren Dickinson and Matthew Davenport with Gemstone Biotherapeutics, a regenerative medicine company, sets up new equipment in a shared lab space.
The two companies, dataFascia and Gemstone, are among several companies that have moved into Johns Hopkins University’s second business accelerator, Fast Forward East, at the corner of North Wolfe Street and Ashland Avenues.
The school is to hold an open house Wednesday.