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Matthew Vaughn Matthew Vaughn [Send a message]
Member since: January 25, 2008
I am Manager of the Life Sciences Computing Group at the Texas Advanced Computing Center in Austin, Texas, where I work on epigenetic natural diversity and the epigeneti regulation of DNA replication, co-design the iPlant Collaborative national plant sciences cyberinfrastructure, and lead a team of talented scientists who are committed to bringing the latest in advanced computing to life sciences research community.
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Opportunity: COMPUTATIONAL BIOLOGY Research Associate @ UT-Austin or UT-Southwestern--Texas (US)
Submitted by Matthew Vaughn; posted on Tuesday, May 29, 2012
Opportunity: BIOINFORMATICS Research Engineering / Scientist Associate @ UT-Austin--Austin, TX (US)
Submitted by Matthew Vaughn; posted on Tuesday, May 29, 2012
Opportunity: Postdoctoral Research Position @ Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory--NY (US)
Submitted by Matthew Vaughn; posted on Monday, January 28, 2008
Curriculum vitae

Current address:

Texas Advanced Computing Center
10100 Burnet Road; ROC 1.101
Austin, TX
United States

Education:

PhD in Biology
University of Illinois
1994 - 2001
BSc in Biology
University of Illinois
1990 - 1994

Experience:

Manager, Life Sciences Computing Group Texas Advanced Computing Center 2010 -
Research Assistant Professor Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory 2007 - 2010
Scientific Informatics Analyst Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory 2001 - 2007

Skills:

Bioinformatic analysis of genomic data

High performance computing

API design and implementation

Application optimization

Requirements analysis

Activities:

Interests:

Epigenetic regulation of gene expression

Genome sequencing and assembly

Chromatin remodeling

Life sciences cyberinfrastructure

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