Chris Botka, director of Research Computing at Harvard Medical School, manages Orchestra, a shared HPC environment with over 5000 compute cores and several Petabytes of network attached storage. He oversees the effort to foster collaboration within the community of systems administrators at HMS to share knowledge and establish common best practices. Learn more about HMS Research Computing »
Dr. Rockowitz is a bioinformatician in Research Computing at Boston Children’s Hospital. She has a background in genomics, epigenomics, and bioinformatics with over 6-years of experience analyzing and integrating genomic data to generate new biological insights.
Dr. Ho Sui is the director of the Harvard Chan Bioinformatics Core and a Senior Research Scientist in the Department of Biostatistics at the Harvard Chan School of Public Health. Her expertise includes data integration, data standards, next-generation sequence analysis, and transcriptional gene regulation. She also has experience in pathogen bioinformatics through her postdoctoral work on anti-infective drug discovery. Learn more about the Bioinformatics Core »
Dr. Mohr is a Lecturer in the Department of Genetics at Harvard Medical School and Director of the Drosophila RNAi Screening Center. She is an expert in functional genomics with an emphasis on the use of RNAi and CRISPR-Cas9 technologies in Drosophila cells and in vivo. Learn more about the Drosophilia RNAi Screening Center »
Dr. Shamu is Assistant Professor in the Harvard Medical School Biological Chemistry and Molecular Pharmacology Department and Director of the ICCB-Longwood Screening Facility. ICCB-Longwood provides high throughput small molecule and RNAi screening resources to investigators nationwide. In addition to her expertise in assay development and screening strategies, Dr. Shamu is active in the development of data standards and repositories for large-scale datasets from high-throughput assays. Learn more about the ICCB Screening Facility »