Creative director of the Broad Institute, interested in finding effective visualization of data that can help us discover, explore, and explain insights.
Bang leads a team of designers and software engineers call Pattern. Through collaborative projects, Pattern works with researchers in the Broad community to address data visualization challenges and develop interactive software tools. He started the Points of View articles published by Nature Methods that addresses the fundamental aspects of data presentation. As such, Bang is happy to advise on all aspects of graphical representation. He received a M.S. in Immunology and an M.A. in Medical Illustration, both from Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, where he is a faculty member in the Department of Art as Applied to Medicine. Bang was recently selected as a National Academy of Sciences Kavli Fellow.