Nicholas F. Tsinoremas (Dr)

Nicholas F. Tsinoremas (Dr)

Vice Provost for Research Computing and Data, Institute for Data Science and Computing, University of Miami

Dr Nicholas Tsinoremas is the Vice Provost for Research Computing and Data and Founding Director of the University of Miami Institute for Data Science and Computing which was established to catalyze intradisciplinary collaborations using computation. He also holds faculty appointments in the Miller School of Medicine and the College of Arts and Sciences.

Before joining the University of Miami, he served as Head of Informatics and Chemoinformatics at The Scripps Research Institute- Florida. In the past, he was Director of Computational Genomics and Genomic Discovery at Rosetta/Merck where he directed the project that combined data science and computational approaches with gene expression profiling, high throughput screening and genetics to discover, prioritize, and define new drug targets and novel therapeutics. Prior to working for Merck Research Laboratories (MRL)/Rosetta, Dr Tsinoremas was the Vice-President of Genomics at DoubleTwist Inc., where he determined the scientific direction and development of DoubleTwist¹s bioinformatics applications and databases. At that time, he also led a team that developed the first annotation of the Human Genome.

Dr Tsinoremas received his B.A. in Chemistry from the University of Athens, Greece, and his Ph.D. in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology from the University of Leeds, UK.

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