John F. Malloy
Scientific Integration Engineer, Openeye Cadence Molecular Sciences
Ph.D., Arizona State University
M.F.A., Notre Dame of Maryland University
B.S., Bioinformatics & Computational Biology, University of Maryland Baltimore County
I currently work as a Scientific Integration Engineer at OpenEye Cadence Molecular Sciences in Santa Fe, New Mexico. I develop custom drug discovery solutions in python for pharmaceutical customers utilizing OpenEye toolkits, AWS integration, and Docker.
I earned my PhD with Dr. Sara Walker and Dr. Darryl Reano, both in the School of Earth and Space Exploration at Arizona State University, in May 2023. I utilized network science, cheminformatics, and curriculum development tools to (1) predict chemical complexity over time, (2) detect unambiguous biosignatures of life elsewhere using mass spectrometry, and (3) teach earth science to incarcerated high school students.
This website highlights my current research, publications, and ongoing projects as part of my PhD research. It also highlights my teaching experience and running pursuits.
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