Jason Shoemaker is a renowned expert in applying control engineering principles to biological systems. With a Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering & Computational Science from the University of California, Santa Barbara, and a Bachelor's degree in Chemical Engineering from the University of Florida, Shoemaker has spent years studying chemical process engineering, systems biology, computational biology, statistics, and system optimization.
Shoemaker's research focuses on cell-based energy sources and intracellular control strategies to manage risks in financing. He has held positions as an Assistant Professor at the University of Pittsburgh, Project Assistant Professor at the University of Tokyo, a Special Project Researcher at the University of Tokyo, and Research Scientist at the Japanese Science and Technology Agency. Furthermore, he has worked with the US Army Corps of Engineers and the Systems Biology Institute in Tokyo.
Shoemaker has participated in various humanitarian initiatives, including the IMSUT Food drive in response to the 2011 earthquake in Japan. With his expertise, he has contributed to several fields, aiming to understand and apply nature's evolved information management strategies.