ICV Value = 89.08
Dr. Peter J Tonellato earned his Phd in applied mathematics from the University of Arizona following study at both the University of Oxford and Hiroshima University. Past positions include Founding Director, Bioinformatics Research Center, Medical College of Wisconsin and Founder and CEO, of Pointone Systems, LLC, . the first personalized medicine software company that provided genetic enabled 'best practice' clinical decision support systems to hospitals and health care facilities. Previous work includes the creation of the Rat Genome Database (rgd.mcw.edu), the first disease-centric repository of phenotype and genetic data and the Program in Genomic Applications (pga.mcw.edu) data mining system for a heterogeneous collection of phenotypes, microarray expression and genotypes. Currently, Professor Tonellato has joint appointment with Harvard Medical School as director of the Laboratory for Personalized Medicine (LPM) in the Department of Biomedical Informatics (lpm.hms.harvard.edu) and the Zilber School of Public Health, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee where he directs the Laboratory for Public Health Informatics and Genomics (LPHIG) and Professor of Computer Science in the College of Engineering and Applied Science and of Health Informatics in the College of Health Sciences. Dr. Tonellato and his labs develop strategies, methods, bioinformatic tools, and analyses to study and test the accuracy and clinical efficacy of genetic discoveries and accelerate their translation to practical clinical use. LPM and LPHIG design and execute insilico experiments to explore and solve barriers to translation from discovery to clinical use to public health.