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  • John McNeil John McNeil [Send a message]
    Member since: November 28, 2006
    John has developed lab systems for high throughput and bench science over the last 17 years. In 2005 he found web technology mature enough to realize his long-held vision of the ideal collaborative lab software, and created LabSynch. John McNeil is a senior technology and business officer with strong creative, business and marketing skills, strong leadership capabilities, and a drive to solve challenging technical and business problems in emerging science and technology.
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    URL: Open source collaborative lab notebook with R-driven analysis
    Submitted by John McNeil; posted on Thursday, November 30, 2006
    Curriculum vitae

    Current address:

    John McNeil and Co., Inc.
    6389 Castejon Dr.
    La Jolla, CA
    United States

    Education:

    BS Physics
    Harvey Mudd College
    1985 - 1989

    Experience:

    President John McNeil and Co., Inc. 2005 -
    VP Informatics Isis Pharmaceuticals, Inc. 1997 - 2005
    Laboratory Sensor and Automation Divison Manager SAIC 1989 - 1997

    Skills:

    Strategic IT management

    Instrument, automation and informatics integration

    Programming

    Computational biology

    Optical and mechanical design

    Activities:

    Interests:

    Tools to enable and accelerate science

    Remote control sailplanes

    References:

    Ecker, D.J. et al. Rapid identification and strain-typing of respiratory pathogens for epidemic surveillance. in

    Sampath, R. et al. Rapid identification of emerging pathogens: Coronavirus. Emerging Infectious Diseases 11,

    Ecker, D.J. et al. The Microbial Rosetta Stone Database: A compilation of global and emerging infectious

    Fogel, G.B. et al. Discovery of RNA structural elements using evolutionary computation. Nucleic Acids Res.,

    Other:

    http://www.mcneilco.com

    http://www.labsynch.com

     

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