Associate Director for Research Computing
Jerry earned his Ph.D. (Chemistry) in 1993 from Harvard University working on the LHASA project, a knowledge-based expert system for chemical synthesis design in the laboratory of Prof. E.J. Corey. He remained in the Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology after graduation, developing information technology systems for the department and working collaboratively with students and faculty integrating computation with teaching and research in the chemical sciences. Since 2007, Jerry has worked with Harvard’s Faculty of Arts and Sciences, most recently in the Division of Science as Associate Director for Research Computing, where he leads a team of systems administrators, analysts, and developers focused on establishing and maintaining world-class high performance computing resources for researchers throughout the sciences and humanities.