Dr. Justin Dore
As an accomplished educator and scientist, I use my passion and training to effectively present and convey scientific, clinical and research-related concepts and information. In my role as Education Coordinator at Pine Biotech, I promote awareness and offer guidance for faculty and others interested in finding efficient solutions for processing the Big Data routinely generated in the Biological and Biomedical fields.
I strive to develop and maintain relationships with Faculty across institutions and provide accessible support for virtually any aspect of our Bioinformatic Platform. By understanding the concerns associated with selecting new course content, I am able to identify solutions that will make the TBio Platform a realistic and valued addition to virtually any science curriculum. I strategically utilize my prior roles in academia and corporate education to communicate with and support users of our educational and analytical content. Using patience, knowledge and experience, I inspire students and instructors and resolve issues while increasing awareness of our Bioinformatic content.
I have developed skills through experience that permit sound articulation of fundamental and advanced concepts of Biology, Biochemistry, Neuroscience and Medicine. This knowledge coupled with an exceptional ability to communicate clearly to a wide range of audiences, lend themselves to grant writing, technical instruction, drug development and conveying the applications and utility of marketed products within Industry or other aspects of education, Biotechnology and research.
I have successfully secured extramural funding from the NIH as a graduate student at Brandeis University, where I also received a University Prize Instructorship providing compensation towards the development and teaching of a course in Pathophysiology.