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Nick L.


Madison, WI

Member since:

March 26, 2013

How did you get involved in biotech?

I worked for the Trace Research Center in grad school in Madison, and then most recently, working with genetics and bioinformatics researchers at the Medical College of Wisconsin and Marquette.

What is your connection to Wisconsin?

I have a BS double major in computer science and electrical engineering and a MS in computer engineering from the University of Wisconsin, Madison, and I grew up and now am once again living in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.


Nick Lindberg, the senior consulting engineer for The Milwaukee Institute, where I work with researchers and PI's at Medical College of Wisconsin to help them optimize and orchestrate their bioinformatic needs on our high performance computer.

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