Martin Schiller's work is focused on short functional peptides, bioinformatics, and HIV. Schiller’s research has resulted in 60 publications supported mostly by 12 research grants from the National Institutes of Health.
He has received a number of awards, produced a suite of bioinformatics tools, and is involved in commercialization of some of his research projects. He is now the executive director of the Nevada Institute of Personalized Medicine.
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