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-Dr. Rudnick is a past NIST employee (2006-2013) and the Founder of [[http://​spectragen-informatics.com/​|Spectragen Informatics]] (2013). ​ His specialty area could be termed “proteome bioinformatics,​” a field focused on the processing of mass spectrometry data from large-scale protein analysis by mass spectrometry (similar to the sequencing of genomic information encoded in DNA or RNA).  Currently, he manages the day-to-day operations of his company and maintains guest researcher status in the [[http://​nist.gov/​mml/​bmd/​data/​|Mass Spectrometry Data Center]]. ​ Dr. Rudnick works with NIST on the construction, running, and maintenance of a common data analysis pipeline ([[https://​cptac-data-portal.georgetown.edu/​cptacPublic/​|CDAP]]) used by NCI’s Clinical Proteomics Tumor Analysis Consortium ([[http://​proteomics.cancer.gov/​programs/​cptacnetwork|CPTAC]]),​ a program with which he has been affiliated since he began work at NIST.   His past projects at NIST include the construction and maintenance of reference mass spectral libraries for peptides ([[http://​peptide.nist.gov|http://​peptide.nist.gov]]) and quality control (QC) analysis of proteomic analyses. ​+Dr. Rudnick is a past NIST employee (2006-2013) and the Founder of [[http://​spectragen-informatics.com/​|Spectragen Informatics]] (2013). ​ His specialty area could be termed “proteome bioinformatics,​” a field focused on the processing of mass spectrometry data from large-scale protein analysis by mass spectrometry (similar to the sequencing of genomic information encoded in DNA or RNA).  Currently, he manages the day-to-day operations of his company and maintains guest researcher status in the [[http://​nist.gov/​mml/​bmd/​data/​|Mass Spectrometry Data Center]]. ​ Dr. Rudnick works with NIST on the building, running, and maintenance of a common data analysis pipeline ([[https://​cptac-data-portal.georgetown.edu/​cptacPublic/​|CDAP]]) used by NCI’s Clinical Proteomics Tumor Analysis Consortium ([[http://​proteomics.cancer.gov/​programs/​cptacnetwork|CPTAC]]),​ a program with which he has been affiliated since he began work at NIST.   His past projects at NIST include the construction and maintenance of reference mass spectral libraries for peptides ([[http://​peptide.nist.gov|http://​peptide.nist.gov]]) and quality control (QC) analysis of proteomic analyses. ​
 Dr. Rudnick has numerous [[http://​www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/​pubmed/?​term=rudnick+pa|publications]] in the fields of microbiology,​ bioinformatics,​ and proteomics, and he has served on NIH and NSF review panels covering the same focus topics. He is an active member of ASMS, HUPO, ABRF, and is currently a member of the Proteomics Standards ([[http://​www.abrf.org/​index.cfm/​group.show/​ProteomicsStandardsResearchGroup.47.htm|sPRG]]) Research Group and the Education Committee (EdComm) within the ABRF. Dr. Rudnick has numerous [[http://​www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/​pubmed/?​term=rudnick+pa|publications]] in the fields of microbiology,​ bioinformatics,​ and proteomics, and he has served on NIH and NSF review panels covering the same focus topics. He is an active member of ASMS, HUPO, ABRF, and is currently a member of the Proteomics Standards ([[http://​www.abrf.org/​index.cfm/​group.show/​ProteomicsStandardsResearchGroup.47.htm|sPRG]]) Research Group and the Education Committee (EdComm) within the ABRF.
  
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