David (born 1951) is a computer scientist and computational biochemist who founded _____ company which has been described by Fortune magazine as "the most intriguing and mysterious force on Wall Street."A former faculty member in the computer science department at Columbia University, David made his fortune exploiting inefficiencies in financial markets with the help of sophisticated computer models. In 1996, Fortune magazine referred to him as "King Quant" because of his firm's expertise in quantitative trading.In 2001, he returned to full-time scientific research. He now serves as chief scientist of ____ Research, in which capacity he leads an interdisciplinary research group in the field of computational biochemistry and personally engages in hands-on research in that field. He also holds appointments as a Senior Research Fellow at the Center for Computational Biology and Bioinformatics at Columbia University and as an Adjunct Professor of Biomedical Informatics at Columbia's medical school.
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