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Matt Spencer

Matt obtained his undergraduate degree in Lincoln, Nebraska, and is now living in Columbia as he studies Bioinformatics.

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Huan Truong

I’m third-year PhD student doing research and teaching assistant for Dr. Gavin Conant. I am originally from Hanoi, Vietnam, I am underweight and my hobby is to take things apart. Seeing how things work fascinates me, be it computers hardware, algorithms or the human genome. Taking things apart used to merely mean “destroying hardware,” however

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Ning Zhang

Ning Zhang is a Ph.D. student of Informatics Institute, University of Missouri-Columbia (MUII). He obtained his bachelor’s degree in Biological Sciences from University of Science and Technology of China (USTC) in 2010. During the undergraduate studies, he developed the interest in Bioinformatics researches. After graduating from USTC, he joined MUII to start his graduate studies

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Jeffery Belden

Dr. Belden is a family physician and Professor at the University of Missouri – Columbia. He works on electronic health care (EHR) innovation projects at the Tiger Institute, a technology collaborative between the University of Missouri and Cerner Corporation. He is the Founding and Former Chair of the HIMSS EHR Usability Task Force and a

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Sanda Erdelez

Dr. Sanda Erdelez is an Associate Professor at the School of Library and Information Science. Her research expertise is in the study of human information behavior, especially information search behavior and information needs and uses in an electronic environment. She is also interested in research methodologies for conducting usability evaluation of web-based information retrieval systems

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Michela Becchi

Michela Becchi is an assistant professor in the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department at the University of Missouri. Before joining the University of Missouri, she worked as a research staff member at NEC Laboratories in Princeton, NJ. Prior to that, Becchi worked for four years as a software engineer at IBM Germany Research and Development

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Gordon Springer

Gordon K. Springer is an associate professor in the Computer Science Department at the University of Missouri Columbia as well as scientific director of the UM Bioinformatics Consortium, a UM system-wide resource that facilitates intercampus communication and bioinformatics research collaborations. Springer also serves as MU director of Research Support Computing for Information and Access Technology

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