James Green received his B.A.Sc. in Systems Design Engineering from the University of Waterloo in 1998. He then received his M.Sc.(Eng.) and PhD degrees from Queen's University in 2000 and 2005 respectively for research in the areas of computational genomics and proteomics. In 2000-2001, Dr. Green worked at Molecular Mining Corporation, a bioinformatics start-up company in Kingston Ontario, where he helped to develop novel analysis methods for the interpretation of gene expression data. In September 2005, Dr. Green joined the Department of Systems and Computer Engineering at Carleton University where he is now an Associate Professor and a Senior Member of the IEEE. His research interests include pattern classification challenges in biomedical informatics. Current research projects include the prediction of protein structure, function, and interaction, the identification of microRNA in unique species, the design of novel assistive devices for persons with disabilities, unobtrusive patient monitoring, and the acceleration of scientific computing using parallel computing. Dr. Green has published over 60 peer-reviewed manuscripts in journals and conference proceedings. His research is supported by grants from the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council, MITACS, the Ontario Research Fund, and the Canadian Foundation for Innovation.
In addition to research, Dr. Green puts considerable emphasis on teaching, and this has been recognized with two teaching awards. He currently enjoys teaching in the areas of Pattern Classification and Experiment Design, Biomedical Engineering, and Computer Architecture. Outside of work, he enjoys running, geocaching, and swimming with his three sons.