San Diego Supercomputer Center
National Partnership for Advanced Computational Infrastructure
La Jolla, CA 92093-0505
Teri Simas is an analyst with the National
Biomedical Computation Resource group, and is the
Program Manager for the Pacific Rim Applications and Grid Assembly (PRAGMA) project, in
collaboration with SDSC, UCSD, the National Science Foundation, and multiple participating institutions.
In addition, she is the administrative coodinator for the
OECD/CSTP Follow up Group on Issues of Sharing of Research Data from Public Funding.
Teri received her Bachelor's in Sociology and Spanish
from Central Washington University
in 1983. She interned as a Juvenile Probation Officer and worked as an Maternity & Adoption
and Foster Care social worker for several years in Washington State, prior to returning to her
native San Diego. She has 2 young daughters who keep her on the go away from work,
and is active in many community activities.