Position/Title: Assistant Professor
Phone: (519) 824-4120 ext. 52482
Office: ANNU 127
Dr. Tulpan is an Assistant Professor with the Department of Animal Biosciences with research interests ranging from computational biology and bioinformatics to mathematical modelling and computer vision applied to livestock breeding and other areas relevant to animal and plant sciences. Previously, Dr. Tulpan was a research officer in the Scientific Data Mining Team, within the Digital Technologies Research Center at the National Research Council in Moncton, New Brunswick, where he headed the NRC Atlantic Bioinformatics Laboratory. In his scientific career, Dr. Tulpan published over 50 peer-reviewed scientific articles, edited a book, co-authored scientific software for computational biology and bioinformatics and contributed to the formation of several highly qualified personnel such as students and programmers. Dr. Tulpan also serves on several international conferences and journal editorial boards, co-organizes the ACM Symposium of Applied Computing conference track on Bioinformatics and maintains strong research collaboration with researchers in Italy, Switzerland, Spain and other countries.