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Dave Clements

Dave Clements looking cheeky


I work on the Galaxy Project for Johns Hopkins University, where I organize meetings and courses, prepare training materials, and improve Galaxy's documentation wiki, and web presence. I'm also hoping to touch the (Python!) code.

Prior to working on Galaxy I ran the GMOD Help Desk from 2007-2010, where I did similar work. I am still involved in the GMOD community as a representative of Galaxy. Since 2013 I telecommute from the Toomey Lab in the Department of Geological Sciences at the University of Oregon. From 2007 through 2012 I telecommuted from the Phillips Lab in the Center for Ecology and Evolutionary Biology (CEEB), also at Oregon.

Contact Details

E-mail clements@galaxyprojet.org
URL My home page

Background

My background is in computer science. I have been working in biological databases since 2000.

Prior to working on Galaxy, and for NESCent and GMOD before that, I worked as the database manager at the European Renal Genome project (EuReGene), as a member of the Edinburgh Mouse Atlas Project (EMAP). This project studied kidney development and disease. My work focused on gene expression patterns, and anatomy ontologies.

Prior to EuReGene I worked for ZFIN, the zebrafish model organism database at the University of Oregon for 5 years as a database administrator and software engineer.

My pre-bioinformatics career included

Publications

See the current list at my Galaxy home page.


GMOD Era Presentations, Tutorials, Workshops, Demos and Posters

Work done during my time at GMOD. See my Galaxy home page for other presentations.

  • Gene Expression Databases: Where and When, presentation given at NESCent in April 2007. Describes common issues with gene expression databases focusing on anatomy ontology issues. Uses 4 websites to demonstrate different ways to deal with these issues.