Bruce Donald is
the James B. Duke
Professor of Computer Science, Mathematics, and Chemistry at Duke
University, and Professor of Biochemistry in the Duke University
Medical Center. He is also Professor of Electrical and Computer
Engineering in the Duke Pratt School of Engineering.
Bruce Donald received a B.A. from Yale University, and a Ph.D. from
the MIT Artificial Intelligence
He was a professor in the Computer Science Department at Cornell
University from 1987-1998. In the 1990's, he worked at Paul
Research Corporation. More recently, Donald
founded Ten63 Therapeutics.
a National Science Foundation Presidential Young
Investigator Award, and was named a Guggenheim Fellow for his work on
algorithms for structural proteomics.
He is a
Fellow of the ACM,
Fellow of the AAAS,
Fellow of the
Algorithms in Structural
Molecular Biology. Textbook (MIT Press).