Dennis Wall is a member of the faculty at the Center for Biomedical Informatics at Harvard Medical School where he runs a research lab in translational and evolutionary bioinformatics. He has published on a diverse set of topics in the areas of evolutionary biology and network analysis of disease, and has created widely used resources for both evolutionary and translational research, most notably Roundup and Autworks.
He has received numerous grants and awards, including an NSF postdoctoral fellowship in biological informatics, the Fred R. Cagle Award for Outstanding Achievement in Biology, the Vice Chancellor's Award for Research, several awards for excellence in teaching, and a Harvard Leadership award.
According to my experience as a co-author, I recommend potential authors to publish their innovative bioinformatics work in Evolutionary Bioinformatics. I am particularly satisfied with the rapid and high-quality review process, proofs delivery and eventual publication.
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