Pathway Tools version 19.0 update: software for pathway/genome informatics and systems biology
Peter D. Karp is the Director of the Bioinformatics Research Group at SRI International. He received the PhD degree in Computer Science from Stanford University. SRI International is a multi-disciplinary non-profit research institute headquartered in the San Francisco area.
Mario Latendresse received a Ph.D. in Computer Science and has published many papers in bioinformatics, programming language design and compilation, malware detection, functional languages, and high performance computing.
Suzanne M. Paley is a Computer Scientist in the Bioinformatics Research Group at SRI, with interests in representation and visualization of biological knowledge. She has M.S. degrees in computer science and chemistry, and has been a developer of Pathway Tools since the project’s inception.
Markus Krummenacker , a Scientific Programmer, has worked Pathway Tools/BioCyc for 15 years. His interests reside in the intersection and synergy between (bio-)chemistry and computer science, ultimately culminating in atomically precise manufacturing.
Daniel Weaver is a systems biologist and holds a PhD in Biophysics from the University of Michigan. His research interests focus on cell metabolism and immune activity in the human immune system, and more generally on systems biology.
Thomas Lee is a Senior Research Engineer at SRI International. Thomas has a BS in Computer Science from the University of Nebraska and a MS in Computer Science from the University of Wisconsin; his research interests include machine learning, intelligent control, planning and scheduling.
Aaron Spaulding is a Senior Computer Scientist and Interaction Designer at SRI s Artificial Intelligence Center, working in the intersection of design, user experience, and artificial intelligence. Mr. Spaulding holds a Masters of Science Degree in Human-Computer Interaction from Carnegie Mellon University.
Ingrid M. Keseler is a Senior Scientific Database Curator in the Bioinformatics Research Group at SRI International. She curates the EcoCyc database for E. coli and has created the BsubCyc and CdiffCyc databases for Bacillus subtilis and Peptoclostridium difficile .
Ron Caspi , curator of the MetaCyc database, received his PhD in biology from the Scripps Institution of Oceanography, La Jolla, CA. He is secretary of the IUPAC-IUBMB Joint Commission on Biochemical Nomenclature (JCBN) and a member of the Enzyme Commission (EC).
Peter D. Karp, Mario Latendresse, Suzanne M. Paley, Markus Krummenacker, Quang D. Ong, Richard Billington, Anamika Kothari, Daniel Weaver, Thomas Lee, Pallavi Subhraveti, Aaron Spaulding, Carol Fulcher, Ingrid M. Keseler, Ron Caspi; Pathway Tools version 19.0 update: software for pathway/genome informatics and systems biology. Brief Bioinform 2016; 17 (5): 877-890. doi: 10.1093/bib/bbv079
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