Ezekiel Maier is a technical and business lead in bioinformatics and precision medicine for Booz Allen’s civilian, military, and public sector health clients. He provides scientific subject matter expertise enabling the development of scalable tools for storage, analysis, and visualization of ‘omics data—large biological data sets critical to the study of biomedical sciences. He supports multiple client programs focused on developing platforms and engaging researchers, clinicians, and citizen scientists in biochemical and molecular research and screening.
Prior to joining Booz Allen, Ezekiel conducted bioinformatics research in the fields of genomics and systems biology, including implementing machine learning algorithms to integrate and analyze large multidimensional genomic and transcriptomic data sets. In addition, he led computational work for seven research projects in two scientific labs, including work in gene expressing profiling, which measures overall gene activity and holds promise for disease detection, diagnosis, and treatment. Ezekiel has authored more than eight scientific peer-reviewed publications.
He earned a Ph.D. in computer science from Washington University in St. Louis and a B.S. in mathematics and computer science from Butler University.