Thomas Zucker-Scharff is an IT professional with over 30 years of experience in the field. He specializes in IT security related to desktop computing and mobile computing, with subspecialties in malware removal, training and documentation.
Mr. Zucker-Scharff is the Information Technology (IT) and Systems Manager for the Albert Einstein Cancer Center (AECC) with extensive computer expertise, he is responsible for the flow of information among AECC staff, members and the public. Mr. Zucker-Scharff manages the AECC Network File Share and is responsible for computer security, system stability, data integrity, and implementing system updates as required. Mr. Zucker-Scharff determines the need for and creates training videos and documentation to facilitate end-users' interaction with both software and hardware systems. He is responsible for the development and maintenance of all components of the AECC website (This includes, but is not limited to, original graphics design, content editing, navigation compliance and timely updates to assure the most accurate data about members, shared resources, specific information about clinical trials activities and new AECC program initiatives), member email LISTSERV, and electronic survey tools. Mr. Zucker-Scharff manages the centralized publications database of AECC members, which is updated daily through automated scripts to PubMed. In addition to ongoing database maintenance, annually he coordinates formal verification of each member's publications, research productivity, and utilization of CCSG-supported Shared Resources. Mr. Zucker-Scharff is the primary information resource for all AECC computer hardware/software purchases & advises on the best configurations for all workstations. Additionally, he provides assistance to AECC members on both instrumentation and software applications.
Mr. Zucker-Scharff keeps abreast of the latest information technology and applies such technologies that are of benefit to AECC operations.