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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


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


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


Bioinformatic analysis of genomic data

High performance computing

API design and implementation

Application optimization

Requirements analysis



Epigenetic regulation of gene expression

Genome sequencing and assembly

Chromatin remodeling

Life sciences cyberinfrastructure




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