Ronald C. Taylor

Profile Updated: September 11, 2018
Ronald C. Taylor
Residing In: Rockville, MD USA
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Occupation: bioinformatics scientist at the National Institutes of Health
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Ronald C. Taylor, PhD
High Performance Computing and Informatics Office
Center for Information Technology
National Institutes of Health
Bldg 12A, room 2008
9000 Rockville Pike
Bethesda, MD 20892
email: ronald.taylor@nih.gov
office phone: 301-496-1112
cell phone: 509-783-7308

Education

Ph.D./ Bioinformatics, George Mason University (dissertation advisor: Lawrence Hunter, University of Colorado School of Medicine), 2003

M. S./ Biology, Case Western Reserve University (research-oriented master's; thesis advisor: Ross Overbeek, Argonne National Laboratory (ANL), research performed while holding graduate assistantship at ANL, 1989-1991), 1991

M. S./ Computer Science, Case Western Reserve University, 1985

B. S./ Physics, Case Western Reserve University, 1979. (National Merit Scholar; CWRU Presidential Scholar)

Affiliations and Professional Service

Secretary 2000-2006, Treasurer 2006-present, Functional Genomics Data (FGED) Society - formerly, Microarray and Gene Expression Data (MGED) Society
Member, editorial board of the journal Network Biology
Member, International Society for Computational Biology
Member, Open Bioinformatics Foundation

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Oct 28, 2017 at 12:33 PM

I am saddened to hear of Tom's passing. It has been a very long time since we had last spoke, but I do have warm memories of Tom from high school. In particular, from Mr. Quail's 2nd yr physics class, as Mark has mentioned. I really enjoyed that class and the people in it. Tom was part of that. It sounds like he had rich life, in both family and work. That, at least, was good to read. My own mother died of cancer when I was a kid, and a dear cousin of mine more recently died of glioblastoma. I am hoping that the research that I am involved with in an immunobiology division will help in the clinic, eventually. I imagine that Tom would have allowed me to pontificate on my work if we had met  - he was a considerate listener  and friend <smile>  My deep condolences and best wishes to Tom's family.
 

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