Dr. Warren Lathe
Directorate for Computer & Information Science & Engineering
Division of Computer and Network Systems
Class of 2013
Warren Lathe, aka Trey, is currently an AAAS fellow in CISE working on computing education. Trey is a cofounder and chief scientific officer (on leave) of OpenHelix, a genomics training company. Professionally, he is interested in personal genomics, biology, STEM and computing education. Trey was a researcher from 1999 to 2003 at the European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL), where he researched topics ranging from the evolution and regulation of bacterial genes to mapping Human SNPs to 3D protein structures. He was lecturer at several universities including the University of Rochester, City College of San Francisco and University of Heidelberg. Trey holds a Ph.D. (1991-1997) from the University of Rochester in molecular and evolutionary biology and completed undergraduate studies (1990) at Brigham Young University in zoology and art history. Trey recently moved from San Francisco with his husband and two school-age daughters and loves cooking, astronomy, knitting, history and gardening.