Dr. Jeremy Jay - PI
I earned my Ph.D. in Computer Science from the University of Maine in 2013,
while studying computational methods for large-scale comparative functional genomics
underlying addiction and behavior in the Chesler group at Jackson Laboratory. Prior to that, I earned a MS in Computer Science in 2010 from
the University of Tennesse while studying graph search algorithms and computational
approaches to gene clustering on the supercomputers
at Oak Ridge National Laboratory. But my trajectory of research truly began while
completing my Bachelors in Bioinformatics
from Baylor University in 2006.
Before my appointment to the Research Faculty in Bioinformatics at UNC Charlotte, I worked as
part of a core service for 5 years, providing expertise and results to academic and
industry clients while gaining additional insights into the challenges of data
integration, workflow management, and scientific reproducibility.