Bert Little, Ph.D., Professor of Health Management and Systems Sciences, School of Public Health and Information Sciences, University of Louisville has an extensive educational background in analytics (mathematics, statistics, databases and probability theory) and population health (human biology, genetics, medicine, public health), and is a formally trained physical/biological anthropologist with extensive experience working with populations outside the US. He has worked with databases since 1978, and has built several unique national data warehouses for research. He is active at the VA Medical Center-Dallas as Senior Research Scientist in Medical Service, and is currently assigned to Medical Service, Division of Cardiology. His role in research projects broadly encompasses the area of applied mathematics which includes but is not limited to clinical trial design and implementation, database design, statistical sampling design and multivariate analysis, and manuscript publication. Contemporary labels such as Big Data analytics/data warehousing and data mining apply to his expertise.