Jason H. Moore, Ph.D.
Dr. Moore is the scientific director and principle investigator of EBIC. His background and expertise is at the intersection of computer science, statistics, and the biological sciences with a focus on genetics and genomics. He leads the NIH-funded Computational Genetics Laboratory that develops innovative computational methods for solving complex problems across the biomedical sciences using artificial intelligence, machine learning, and visual analytics. He also serves as director of the Penn Institute for Biomedical Informatics.
Zhiping (Paul) Wang, Ph.D.
Dr. Wang is the technical director for EBIC. He has a Ph.D. in Computer Science from Indiana University and has more than 10 years of experience working in the development and application of bioinformatics methods and pipelines for the analysis of next-generation sequence data. Dr. Wang is available to meet with CEET investigators to discuss and manage environmental health science projects that need bioinformatics support.
Curt Calafut, B.S.
Mr. Calafut has more than 10 years of experience managing complex computer systems. He is available to assist with all aspects of systems administration for CEET investigators.
Tom Caldwell, B.S.
Mr. Cadlwell is trained in computer science with more than 20 years of experience developing relational databases for complex data. He is available to assist with all aspects of database development for CEET investigators.
Sharon Tartarone, B.S.
Ms. Tartarone is trained in computer science with specific experience in web programming and data visualization. She is available to assist with the visualization of environmental health sciences data in the CEET.
Steve Vitale, B.S.
Mr. Vitale has more than 15 years of experience providing computer programming and bioinformatics analysis support for the biomedical sciences at Penn. He has experience with data integration, data management, systems administration, visualization, and web development. He is available to assist with all aspects of environmental health sciences research in the CEET.