Scott Glasser

Manager of Web Services

Scott comes to the Research Institute with over 20 years of interactive development experience focused on the management of web and application development teams in public, private, and non-profit sectors from NASA Headquarters to the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. Here at CHOP, Scott manages a team of web developers who build and maintain websites and web applications for the Research Institute. His goal is to provide the Research Institute with a world-class web presence and associated tools and services that enable researchers to be the leaders in pediatric translational research. When he's not getting in the team's way, he's likely found forging pewter jewelry, creating kinetic sculpture, and generally tinkering to no constructive end.

Nick Kight

Nick Kight
Web Developer

Beginning in November of 2008, Nick has worked in Research Web Services as a Web Developer supporting and developing web applications for The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia Research Institute. As a web developer and content management systems technical trainer, he will further promote development and utility of our Wiki and Content Management Systems.

Since 1998 he has developed sites using a variety of technologies including X/HTML, CSS, JavaScript, PHP, and MySQL. He also has experience using VB, ASP, Perl, and MSSQL. Nick has worked extensively with CMS technologies such as Oxcyon, Rivista, Joomla, Wordpress, and Drupal for over 10 years.

Before coming to CHOP he was the Web Master/Developer for 4 regional magazines; Delaware Today, Main Line Today, Westchester Magazine, and Hudson Valley Magazine. He has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Tyler School of Art and an Associates Degree in Computer Programming from Chubb Institute of Technology. Prior to my career in Web Development he was a middle and high school teacher in Maryland and Japan.

Lindsay Cowen

Senior User Experience Designer/Developer

Lindsay joined RIS Web Services in September 2014 as a web developer responsible for developing and updating websites that the RIS team supports. In 2019, she moved to the role of Senior UX/UI Designer/Developer where she is responsible for managing all levels of UX design/development projects. Before coming to CHOP, she was a web developer at The Philadelphia Orchestra, USciences and Johnson & Wales University in Providence, RI. When she's not in front of a computer, she's at home with her twin girls teaching them beginner HTML.

Michael Liberatore

Michael Liberatore
Web Developer

Mike joined RIS Web Services in March of 2016. Though his primary focus is supporting the Children’s Oncology Group, he has also exercised his skill set for other clients here at CHOP. He has over 10 years of experience, beginning as an intern for Penn State’s IT department, developing web applications in PHP, MySQL, X/HTML, Javascript, jQuery, and CSS. When he's not compiling countless lines of code, he enjoys doing projects around the house. You will probably find him walking around a Home Depot on weekends.

Matthew Sapet

Web Developer

Matt joined RIS Web Services in June 2016 as a web developer supporting various research department websites and the research intranet. He is responsible for updating existing sites, in addition to develping new pages using PHP, JavaScript, HTML, CSS, as well as building sites that are in need of a content management system (CMS). Before coming to CHOP, he was a web developer at Big Room Studios in Portland, ME. When he's not busy fixing bugs, he's at home with his wonderful fiance and adorable dogs.

Kim Slouf

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Content Publisher

Kim joined RIS Web Services in May 2019 as a content publisher responsible for updating and maintaining the content on the RIS supported website. Since 2009, she has worked as a program coordinator and digital communications specialist for several centers at CHOP, including the Center for Pediatric Traumatic Stress, the Center for Injury Research and Prevention and the Center for Autism Research. In these roles, she was responsible for digital communications, social media, webinars and online educational courses.