Bill Ladd, Director of Bioinformatics, Spotfire | GenomeWeb

AT A GLANCE: Received BS in chemical engineering from Princeton and PhD in statistics/bio- statistics from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Prior to joining Spotfire, spent 10 years working and consulting for Merck in the area of preclinical and statistical computing and led the bioinformatics methods group at Gene Logic. Currently lectures on gene expression analysis at Northeastern University. Interests include biking, camping, and reading.

QWhere will bioinformatics be in two years? Five years?

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