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To work on an innovative team that builds great software applications and delivers genuine user experience for bettering the world through technology
Proteome Software, Inc, Portland, Oregon
IT/Operations Manager 2008 to present
CISTech Consulting, Portland, Oregon
Founder/Developer, 2009 to present
Pacific Northwest Mass Spectrometry Group (PacMass), Seattle, WA
Web Designer/Developer, Volunteer Officer, 2010 to 2014
Biosite, San Diego, CA
Research Associate III, 2005 to 2008
I worked as a research associate and analytical biochemist from 2005 to 2008, when Biosite was purchased by Inverness. Many in R&D were laid off, including me. This is when I made the transition to a full-time career in software.
Biotechnology and Analytical Chemistry, WA, CA
Lab Researcher, Research Associate, and Spectrometrist, 1999 to 2005
I worked as a laboratory technician, research associate, and analytical biochemist in the field of biotechnology from 1999 until 2005.
Portland Community College, Portland, OR 2010-2012
Computer Information Systems (CIS), including web site development, server administration, networking and Java development.
Western Washington University, Bellingham, WA. Graduated 2002
Bachelor of Science (BS), Biochemistry with emphasis in protein science, microbiology, and environmental toxicology
Publications (software development era)
Python is (Not) a Scripting Language
Setting up GlusterFS for Reliable, Distributed Redundancy: RAIS
Securing a Django Application with TLS using Lets Encrypt, NGINX, and uWSGI
Web Developers, Come On. You're Dropping the Authentication Ball!
An agglomerative point clustering algorithm and downstream workflow for accurately interpreting high-resolution LC-MS metabolomics data (in review). Phillip Seitzer, Ph.D; Caleb Emmons, Ph.D; Susan Ludwigsen; Seth Just; Nick Vincent-Maloney; Jimar Miller; Luisa Zini, Ph.D; Jana Lee; Brian Searle
Posters (software development era)
An Adjusted-Median Approach to Missing Values in Label Free Quantitation. ASMS 2016. Seth Just, Luisa Zini, Nick Vincent-Maloney, Brian Searle
Normalizing Post Translational Modification (PTM) Expression by Protein–Level Quantitation in Scaffold PTM. ABRF 2016. Luisa Zini, Seth Just, Nick Vincent-Maloney, Brian Searle
Troubleshooting LTQ and LTQ-Orbitrap LC-MS/MS Systems with MassQC. ASMS 2011. Nick Vincent-Maloney, John Klimek, and Christopher Mason
Publication Acknowledgements (biochemistry/biotechnology era)
Oxidative Inhibition of Human Soluble Catechol-O-methyltransferase. Journal of Biological Chemistry. 2004, 279. 23710-718. N. J. H. Cotton, B. Stoddard, and W. W. Parson.
Development of Potent Monoclonal Antibody Auristatin Conjugates for Cancer Therapy. Nature Biotechnology. 2003. S. O. Doronina, B. Toki, M. Y. Torgov, B. A. Mendelsohn, C. G. Cerveny, D. F. Chace, R. L. DeBlanc, R. P. Gearing, C. B. Siegall, J. A. Francisco, A. F. Wahl, D. L. Meyer, and P. D. Senter.
SGN-35, an anti-CD3-monomethyl auristatin E conjugate with potent and selective antitumor activity. Blood. 2003, 102 (4). 1458-65. J. A. Francisco, C. G. Cerveny, D. L. Meyer, B. J. Mixan, D. F. Chace, K Gordon, R. DeBlanc, B. E. Toki, S. O. Doronina, C. B. Siegall, P. D. Senter, and A. F. Wahl.
References and/or recommendation letters will be provided upon request