Associate Professor, Indiana University
Founder & CSO, Data2Discovery Inc
        Independent Consultant
        Email djwild @ indiana.edu | Phone 812-856-1848

I am an Associate Professor at Indiana University School of Informatics and Computing where I lead the Cheminformatics and Chemogenomics Research Group, am Director of the Cheminformatics Program, and am one of the founding faculty of the new Data Science program. I am Founder & Chief Scientific Officer at Data2Discovery, a company breaking down data silos in healthcare and drug discovery, and lead Wild Consulting and Innovations. I have around 100 research publications, edit the Journal of Cheminformatics, and maintain a variety of educational resources including LearnCheminformatics.com, SurvivingDisasters.net and the All Hazards Blog. I am an EMT, and volunteer with local fire and search and rescue organizations.

CV & PUBLICATIONS

For a biographic overview, see my Curriculum Vitae. For my publications, see my Google Scholar page.

RECENT ACADEMIC PRESENTATIONS

    Society of Toxicology 53rd Annual Meeting, Phoenix, Arizona, March 2014
    American Chemical Society National Meeting, Indianapolis, Indiana, September 2013. 
    American Chemical Society CINF Webinar, May 2013 (Link to CINF site with recording)
    Exploiting Big Data Semantics for Translational Medicine, Indiana University, Bloomington, March 2013.  
Assessing drug target association using semantic linked data
    American Chemical Society National Meeting, San Diego, March 2012. See also Presentation Recording
Exploiting semantic networks of public data for systems chemical biology
    American Chemical Society National Meeting, San Diego, March 2012. See also Presentation Recording
New searching paradigms in drug discovery enabled by semantic integration of public data
    American Chemical Society National Meeting, San Diego, March 2012. See also Presentation Recording
Exploiting semantic networks of public data for drug-target prediction
   Open Source for Computer Aided Translational Medicine Conference, Chandigarh, India, February 2012. 

TEACHING

I run the cheminformatics program at Indiana University, and am author of the Introducing Cheminformatics eBook. I will be teaching the following courses this year at Indiana University. For information about learning about cheminformatics, see learncheminformatics.com

Fall 2013
I have also taught the following courses:
SERVICE
  • School of Informatics & Computing Emergency Action Committee (Chair)
  • School of Informatics & Computing Building Committee
  • Division of Informatics Graduate Program Committee
  • Division of Informatics Graduate Admissions Committee
  • Data Science Program Curriculum Committee