When I'm feeling rushed, I listen to the same thing, just faster.
(Yes, I made that. My inspiration was several hours of staring at protein interaction networks.)
Harry Caufield is a researcher at UCLA developing ways to better understand biomedical literature as a data resource. He is interested in information extraction, natural language processing, machine learning, protein-protein interactions, and the microbial world. He also appreciates computational creativity.
Harry previously lived in Richmond, Virginia while completing his PhD in Integrative Life Sciences at Virginia Commonwealth University.
Go ahead and send him an email. It would brighten his day.