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Matthew Witten (firstname.lastname@example.org) is Director of Applications R&D at the UTexas-Austin System Center for High Performance Computing. He earned his Ph.D. in Theoretical Biology/Medicine from the SUNY-Buffalo Center for Theoretical Biology in 1977, and has pioneered computational medicine and high-performance computing for medical modeling and simulation.
Matthew has served as Assoc. Prof. of CS and Community Medicine at ULouisville and as Senior Research Scientist in Computational Medicine and Biology at the now-defunct ETA Systems. He is a Fellow of the Gerontological Society of America, has given 150 invited technical presentations, and has published 100 papers and books. He has consulted for major genetics and drug companies, and has given numerous lectures and courses in computational medicine and computational health-science issues.
Matthew is also President and founder of International BioComputing Technologies Group in Austin, providing expertise in the use of computational technology and methodologies for medical, biological, and biotechnological problems. He is available for consultation and short courses (in industrial and non-industrial environments). For details, please contact him at his e-mail address above or at (512) 471-2457.
Welcome, Matt! Would other Computists like to be introduced?