I am an Advisory Board member of the NIH Roadmap PubChem project.
From 2000 - 2006 I was a consultant to and a contributing editor of specialzed databases for Chemindustry.com.
From 2000 - 2002 I was a strategic planner for MDL Information Systems.
I received my BS in Chemistry from
and my PhD in Chemistry from
Georgetown University .
I was member of the editorial board of the all electronic journal: the Internet Journal of Chemistry from 1997-2004 and from 1995 - 1997. I was editor of the Elsevier Trends in Analytical Chemistry (TrAC) Internet computer column.
I am the founder/creator/originator of the NIH/EPA/NIST Mass Spec database, the NIH/EPA CIS (Chemical Information System), the SciWords series of scientific spell checkers, the International Plant & Animal Genome conferences, and the IUPAC InChI project (mentioned above).
Details can be found in my resume. Slides from some of my recent talks are also available.
I am married (picture)
Heller and have have three sons, Josh,
and Matt .
Josh is a board certified ER doctor. His grandparents are very proud of him.
Adam graduated from GW Law School and is a lawyer and sells 100% mangosteen juice on the side.
Matt has a Masters degree from GW in telecommunications and is a computer systems operations and computer security specialist.
All three are happily married and each has two children.
I have a few pictures of myself and some acquaintances - Al, Alice, Jason, Tom, Orrin, and Bill.
My hobbies include tennis, stamps, flying, (my current co-pilot is Nate) and sushi.
This was last updated May 30 , 2009