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Career Highlights
Herschel J. R. Weintraub
Responsibilities included domain expert in Data Federaton and Integration (Information Integrator ®), Enterprise Annotation (InsightLink ®), Pharmaceutical and Biotech R&D Workflow Analysis. Worked closely with development teams and sales force to provide in-depth domain expertise to translate customer challenges into product and services offerings. Thought Leadership in Chemical Informatics and high performance computing.

Completed IBM "Basic Blue" Management Training.
Responsibilities included software development and support for Research, Development, and document management support for Regulatory Affairs. Also responsible for the Scientific Library.

Managed a staff of 40+ including 3 managers, and administered a budget in excess of $6MM. Additional staff responsibilities included an average of 10-15 contract programmers.

Streamlined software development by initiating close interaction of Research and Development software development teams. Worked closely with Help Desk and Desktop Support to assure excellent response and anticipation of client needs.
Helios Pharmaceuticals
Vice President, Computational Chemistry & Informatics

Established R&D IT and Computational Chemistry Departments. Responsibilities included development and implementation of Chemical Informatics system including chemical structure database, compound tracking, library design, diversity assessment.

Responsible for development of "user-friendly" integrated drug discovery informatics system.

Presented executive briefings to potential partners and investors on computational approaches to drug discovery, including library design with others in executive management
Expanded multi-site computational chemistry team from 2 members to 8. Led team that discovered first "small molecule" inhibitor of a protein-protein interaction (erythropoetin receptor).

Successfully integrated computational chemistry approaches into therapeutic discovery teams making significant contributions toward advancing several compounds into development.

Negotiated approximately 50% discount on an 8 processor "low cost" Cray Supercomputer.
Copyright 2010 Herschel J.R. Weintraub

Marion Merrell Dow (now Sanofi-Aventis) and CADDinformatics
Genentech
Director, Scientific Computing
R.W. Johnson Pharmaceutical Research Institute (J&J)
Assistant Director, Discovery Research
IBM Life Sciences Consulting
Principal Consultant