Buffalo Bioinformatics Scores Skolnick, Dell Cluster | GenomeWeb

Jeffrey Skolnick spent three years as director of computational and structural biology at the new Danforth Plant Science Center in St. Louis, Mo., but even the heavy investment in resources there couldn’t keep him from his new job as director of the Center for Excellence in Bioinformatics in Buffalo, NY. When the Buffalo recruiters called, Skolnick wasn’t exactly in the market for a new job — and he didn’t go easily. “I sat down and created a quite extensive wish list for what it would take to move me,” he recalls.

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