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Charles DeLisi In the spring of 1987, shortly before leaving the DOE, DeLisi established an ethical studies component of the Project. The goal was to set aside 3-5% of the funding in order to engage the best minds in the humanities and social sciences to develop a body of thought that would inform decisions about the development and deployment of the radically new technologies destined to emerge from the completion of the Project. In taking this step DeLisi was likely influenced by the fact that he was working for an agency that provided the vast majority of the Nation’s nuclear physics budget, and the awareness that the consequences of the rapid development of nucelar energy some four decades earlier continued to plague the planet.
Charles DeLisi DeLisi is recipient of numerous awards including the Presidential Citizens Medal, awarded to him by President Clinton for his seminal role in initiating the Human Genome Project.
Charles DeLisi At the same time, the Section on Theoretical Immunology (STI), which DeLisi founded several years earlier at the NIH, had introduced the use of supervised learning algorithms for the identification of functional regions in DNA and proteins. The first database integrating DNA and protein sequences with analytical tools was developed in collaboration with Minoru Kanehisa, who was then a Visiting Fellow at STI.
Charles DeLisi Charles DeLisi grew up in the Bronx with his maternal grandparents ( He earned a BA in history from CCNY (1963), and his PhD in physics from NYU (1969). His post-doctoral research was in chemistry at Yale University, where he also taught digital electronics in the Department of Engineering and Applied Science.
Matt DeLisi DeLisi's research focuses on multiple areas in the field of criminology, such as career criminals and self-control theory. He has published studies on the economic costs of murders in the United States and on the relationship between violent video games and criminal behavior.
Charles DeLisi Charles DeLisi is the Metcalf Professor of Science and Engineering at Boston University, and also served as Dean of the College of Engineering from 1990 to 2000. Prior to moving to Boston University, he was Professor and Chair of Biomathematical Sciences and Professor of Molecular Biology at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine (1987–1989), Director of the United States Department of Energy's Health and Environmental Research Programs (1985–1987), Section Chief at National Institutes of Health (1975–1985), and Theoretical Division Staff Scientist at Los Alamos National Laboratory (1972–1975).
Charles DeLisi DeLisi was an early champion of the controversial idea that in cell biology, just as in the physical sciences, the mathematical formulation of concepts could predict phenomena that would not otherwise be apparent, and could thereby drive experimental research in new directions. The approach is seen in a number of investigations. His 1979 paper predicted, several years in advance of experimental demonstration, that the signal generated when nerve growth factor binds its plasma membrane receptor is transduced by receptor dimerization.
Matt DeLisi DeLisi has been a fellow of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences since 2012. He is the editor-in-chief of the "Journal of Criminal Justice" (JCJ). DeLisi has been criticized by the website Retraction Watch, and by some academics affiliated with the American Society of Criminology, for frequently publishing his own articles in JCJ. He has also been criticized for publishing articles in JCJ that include numerous citations to other papers published in the same journal, which has led to its impact factor rising from 2012 to 2014 faster than any other journal in the field. DeLisi responded to these criticisms by telling Retraction Watch that "There are some hurt feelings in the American Society of Criminology and its journal [Criminology] and this was a way to attack JCJ and me."
Charles DeLisi In 1999 he initiated the Nation's first PhD program in Bioinformatics, With more than 150 Ph.D. alumni in Bioinformatics and Systems Biology, the Boston University program remains the largest and one of the most successful programs in the world.