Before joining Applied BioMath, Jim was a research faculty at UConn Health where he led the development of the Virtual Cell framework. His areas of expertise include physical modeling and simulation of cell biological processes, numerical methods, and distributed software development. Prior to his roles in computational biology, he worked in the aerospace industry. Jim received his Bachelor of Science in Computer Science and Engineering from the University of Connecticut.
- A systems pharmacology model for gene therapy in sickle cell disease