Victor Jongeneel joined the University of Illinois in 2010 to bring together expertise and resources from the National Center for Supercomputing Applications and the Institute for Genomic Biology to create a biomedical informatics program. Watch the video to learn more about how this effort is developing. For full (6min 25sec) video visit the NCSA.
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