Aaron Watters joined the Scientific Computing Core in 2015 to develop tools that will help biologists examine, manage and process data generated by gene expression and regulatory networks experiments. Previously, Watters worked at Enthought, Inc. as a scientific software engineer, where he consulted on projects related to chemical process control and credit risk assessment and helped design and develop Enthought Web services and applications. Before that, Watters worked at Audible, Inc. where he integrated Audible’s databases and services into Amazon’s standard infrastructure. Watters also has extensive experience creating and contributing to open source projects related to database development and implementation. He holds a Ph.D. in computer science from the University of Pennsylvania and a B.S. in mathematics from the University of California, Davis.