Manager, Life Sciences Computing – Research Acceleration
James Carson received his PhD (2004) and postdoctoral training (2005) at Baylor College of Medicine and additional training (2007) at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL). He became a Senior Research Scientist in the Biological Monitoring and Modeling / Systems Toxicology groups at PNNL until 2013. Now at the Texas Advanced Computing Center (TACC), James manages the Life Sciences Computing – Research Acceleration group. Additionally, he is co-PI for the NSF NeuroNex Neurotechnology Hub for Enhanced resolution for 3DEM analysis of synapses across brain regions and taxa as well as for the NIH-NHLBI LungMAP Center for Lung Development Imaging and Omics.
Understanding Synapses in the Brain
Friday, April 5, 2019, 9:00 – 9:45 am
The science questions of the atmospheric and related science communities continue to be a demanding driver of cyberinfrastructure. A high level summary of these science drivers coupled with a number of use cases highlight a few of the future directions the Computational and Information Systems Laboratory at the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) are focused on. It is an exciting time with lots of data, could ecosystems and changes in hardware architecture that promise to be disruptive but point to many new capabilities.