Paul Shannon spent his twenties as a carpenter, eventually returning to college to prepare for a second career as a scientific programmer. He subsequently worked in a variety of disciplines: atmospheric chemistry, psychoacoustics, mechanical engineering, radio astronomy, then realized his long-held aspiration to work in biology and medicine by joining the ISB in 2001. He recently spent 4 years at the Fred Hutch in the Bioconductor and the Solid Tumor Translational Research projects, and is delighted to now be back at the ISB.
Bioinformatics, Interactive Data Visualization
BA Mathematics, University of Virginia