Sudir Raju – Maryland Finance and Technology Executive
Currently an executive vice president with a health informatics firm in Rockland, Maryland, Sudir Raju previously worked in executive leadership positions at an international trading company in London. He spent five years as a managing director with the firm, utilizing keen market insight to build a global network of buyers and sellers. Adhering to all regulations set forth by the European Securities and Market Authority (ESMA), Sudir Raju created the firm’s futures and options business and grew its existing index business. As a result of his efforts, the company expanded its asset holdings several times over, from a select few product listings to a base of more than $600 billion.
In his current health informatics leadership role, Sudir Raju oversees all company operations and international contracts management at the Maryland-based firm. Serving as the project director and principal investigator with the Cancer Therapy Evaluation Program’s Enterprise System (CTEP-ESYS) program at the National Cancer Institute (NCI), he spearheads new informatics solutions for cancer clinical trials conducted at the NCI and National Institutes of Health (NIH). In addition, he helped his company receive several directors awards from the NIH and NCI, as well as official recognition from the federal Office of Management and Budget (OMB).
Sudir Raju received a master of business administration from the SC Johnson College of Business at Cornell University. He also holds a master’s degree in computer systems management from University of Maryland University College and a bachelor’s degree in engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology.
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