Garrett Goh is a scientist in the Advanced Computing, Mathematics, and Data division at the Pacific Northwest National Lab (PNNL), where he holds the Pauling fellowship, which supports his research combining deep learning and artificial intelligence with traditional computational chemistry applications. His current interest is in AI-assisted computational chemistry—the application of deep learning to predict chemical properties and the discovery of new chemical insights using minimal expert knowledge. Previously, Garrett held a Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI) fellowship, which supported his PhD in computational chemistry at the University of Michigan.
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