Dr. Dooling received a B.Ch.E. degree from the University of Dayton (Chemical Engineering, 1995) and a Ph.D. from Northwestern University (Chemical Engineering, 2000) where was the recipient of a Walter P. Murphy Fellowship and Dissertation Year Graham Fellowship. During graduate school he had a internship at UOP developing reaction engineering software. In 2000, he joined ExxonMobil Research and Engineering and developed detailed kinetic models of refinery processes. In 2001, he joined The Genome Center at Washington University in the mapping informatics group developing software to assist in the tracking of clones through the mapping pipeline. In 2002, Dr. Dooling became the Information Systems group leader, overseeing information technology purchases and the system administrators, web administrators, databases administrators, and computer support groups. Dr. Dooling became Assistant Director of The Genome Center in 2006, overseeing the Information Systems, LIMS, and Medical Genomics groups. In 2008, all IT infrastructure and software development was put under his supervision.
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