David obtained his B.S. in Molecular, Cell and Developmental Biology at UCLA and before going on for his Ph.D. at Tufts in the lab of Victor Hatini. There, David established expertise in genetics and imaging based assays while exploring the molecular mechanisms of Drosophila wing development. With a growing interest in computational biology, David went on to postdoc with Shamil Sunyaev at Brigham and Women’s Hospital where he worked as part of the SysCODE Consortium and began to explore the field of proteomics. To further expand his expertise in this area, David served as a Research Fellow in Steven Gygi’s lab at Harvard Med School where he worked on numerous projects in the areas of protein interactions, post-translational modifications, chemical biology and advanced data acquisition. David’s signature work during this period involved systematic proteomic characterization of the cancer cell line encyclopedia (CCLE). Prior to joining Interline, David worked at Pfizer as a Senior Computational Biologist. He resides in the Boston suburbs with his wife and two children.
Principal Scientist, Bioinformatics