Dr. Lyle Burgoon is currently the Team Leader of the Biostatistics and Bioinformatics Core at the National Health and Environmental Effects Research Laboratory, in the Office of Research & Development at the US Environmental Protection Agency. In his off time, he continues to write lots of software and develop wiki systems.
Dr. Lyle Burgoon received his Ph.D. in Pharmacology and Toxicology from Michigan State University in 2005, in the laboratory of Dr. Tim Zacharewski. Dr. Burgoon's academic history includes serving as Visiting Research Associate from 2005-2008 in Dr. Zacharewski's laboratory, a 9 month appointment as a Visiting Assistant Professor in Dr. Zacharewski's laboratory, and a Visiting Assistant Director and the Director of the Computational Biology and Bioinformatics Laboratory from Nov 2008-Present.
Dr. Burgoon has a long history of providing computational biology, bioinformatics, and statistical support to collaborators around the world. Dr. Burgoon's expertise includes data integration and management, network theory, systems biology, machine learning, software engineering, large dataset analysis, and biostatistics. Dr. Burgoon also has extensive experience with hardware systems, network security appraisal, and network penetration scenarios. In his current position, Dr. Burgoon leads an excellent team of biostatisticians, bioinformaticians, and software engineers in helping to support scientists and engineers throughout the US EPA.