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Matthew Marshall is a bioinformatician that excels at communicating across the interface between scientific data and technology. Matt brings extensive coding experience that includes building bioinformatics pipelines and troubleshooting software compatibility issues to advance informatics and data flow across operating systems and with diverse coding languages. He excels in experimental design and advanced statistical analysis across diverse research areas including population genetics, genomics, Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) and disease surveillance. Matt helps improve data flow efficiency and ease of use via automation of bioinformatics pipelines at the CDC.
Matt is experienced at teaching science to diverse audiences including students from grade-school to graduate-school, college faculty, and the public. Matt continues to use technology to develop diversified instructional materials ranging from formal educational curricula to internal documentation to standardize data informatics processes and efficiently transfer knowledge across team members.
Matt earned a B.S. in Biology with a minor in Chemistry from St. John Fisher College. Matt completed his Masters degree in Biology, and his PhD in Environmental Health Science from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro.
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