Practical Tools For Innovation O'Reilly Bioinformatics Technology
Conference January 28-31, 2002 -- Tucson, AZ
Peter Schattner, Ph.D.
Peter Schattner was trained as a physicist, but currently works as a computational
biologist. He is a member of the computational-biology group at the University of
California, Santa Cruz where his principal research interests are
in computer-based methods for identifying non-protein-coding-RNA genes. He is also an
active developer for the Bioperl project, having designed several of its modules as well
as having written the Bioperl tutorial. In his "spare time" he enjoys teaching the use
of Perl and Bioperl in bioinformatics.