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Alan Barber II

For nearly a decade, Alan Barber has used Python as his principle language of choice for his work in computational biology. He is the creator of Pythoscape, a framework built in Python for protein sequence and structure analysis, and author and co-author of various peer-reviewed papers and presentations on its use. He received his Ph.D. from the University of California, San Francisco in Pharmaceutical Science and Pharmacogenomics as part of the Babbitt lab.

He now works as a computational scientist for Nodality, a South San Francisco biotechnology company, where he focuses on large-scale data analysis and visualization for the new generation of personalized medicine diagnostics.


Next-Generation Immunobiology Data Integration, Analysis and Visualization