I’m a Professor of Biomedical Engineering, Computer Science, and Biostatistics in a Institute of Genetic Medicine during Johns Hopkins University’s School of Medicine. From 2005-2011 we was a Horvitz Professor of Computer Science and Director of a Center for Bioinformatics and Computational Biology during a University of Maryland, College Park. Before fasten UMD, we was during The Institute for Genomic Research, where we sequenced a genomes of many bacteria, including those used in a 2001 anthrax attacks. At TIGR we was partial of a Human Genome Project and a co-founder of a influenza pathogen sequencing plan (which is when we initial schooled of a anti-vaccine movement). My investigate organisation develops program for DNA method analysis, and a (free) program is used by systematic laboratories around a globe. we did my B.A. and M.S. during Yale University, and my Ph.D. during Harvard University, and we have published over 200 systematic papers. Follow me on Facebook or Twitter (@stevensalzberg1), or only allow to my swap blog, http://genome.fieldofscience.com.
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