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Mark Gerstein is the Albert L Williams professor of Biomedical Informatics at Yale University. He is the co-director of the Yale Computational Biology & Bioinformatics Program and the Center for Biomedical Data Science. He has appointments in the Departments of Molecular Biophysics & Biochemistry, Computer Science and Statistics & Data Science. He received his AB in physics summa cum laude from Harvard College and his PhD in chemistry from Cambridge. He did post-doctoral work at Stanford and took up his post at Yale in early 1997. Since then, he has published appreciably in the scientific journals, with >550 publications in total, including a number of them in prominent venues, such as Science, Nature, and Scientific American. (His current publication list is at .) His research is focused on biomedical data science, and he is particularly interested in data mining, macromolecular geometry & simulation, human-genome annotation, disease genomics and genomic privacy.

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