Matthew Vaughn
Academic Editor

Matthew W. Vaughn


Successful scientist and technology specialist with over a dozen years’ experience leading national-scale projects to develop and democratize advanced computing technologies and capabilities for researchers working in the fast-moving fields of biology and medicine. Combines insights from experience as an active researcher in genomics and genetics; strong proficiencies in requirements analysis, software product design, and user engagement; and a broad understanding of modern software and platform designs, capabilities, and trends to catalyze creation of tools and services that are transforming the lives of publicly funded researchers across the United States and around the world.

Bioinformatics Computational Biology Computational Science Data Mining & Machine Learning Distributed & Parallel Computing Emerging Technologies Genomics Human-Computer Interaction Plant Science Science Policy Scientific Computing & Simulation World Wide Web & Web Science

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Director, Life Sciences Computing

University of Texas at Austin
September 2010
Texas Advanced Computing Center


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