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Michael Mysinger has a multi-disciplinary background including masters degrees in Chemical Engineering and Computer Science as a Computation Sciences Graduate Fellow at Stanford University. A perennial problem solver, he used quantum chemistry to create ADME and Toxicity models at Camitro and ArQule. He completed his Ph.D. in Pharmaceutical Sciences with Brian Shoichet at UCSF in 2012, studying ligand desolation in molecular docking and how to quantify its performance on large datasets.