U.S. Department of Energy

Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

Dr. Jeremy Teuton

Principal Investigator
Dr. Jeremy Teuton
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Project -- Compression Statistics for Analysis of Streaming Data

Dr. Jeremy Teuton, Ph.D. joined PNNL in 2009 as a postdoctoral fellow in EMSL’s Mass Spec group, subsequently he became a staff scientist in the Computational Biology and Bioinformatics group.  In his time at PNNL, Jeremy has worked on proteomic analysis of infectious agents and the biology of the diseases they cause including agents such as SARS, Influenza, and Berkholderia. His other key work includes studies of oncogenic viruses to both expand understanding of their mechanism of action and develop methods to identify additional cancer causing viruses.

In addition to traditional biological work, Jeremy’s research has included adapting biological techniques and concepts for data/cyber analysis. From this work his research has expanded to include network resilience and cybersecurity and development of methods for deconvolution electoral load from remotely sensed data. His current work under the AIM Initiative focuses on appropriating the metadata generated by specialized algorithms for event detection, characterization and prioritization for further analysis. 

Jeremy holds a Ph.D. in Cellular and Molecular biology from the University of Wisconsin, Madison and two Bachelor degrees from the University of Washington, Seattle— a B.A in Psychology and a B.S. in Molecular and Cellular biology.  

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