Karl W. Broman
Karl Broman is professor in the Department of Biostatistics & Medical Informatics, University of Wisconsin-Madison. He is an applied statistician working on problems in genetics and genomics. He develops the R package R/qtl (rqtl.org), has written a number of short tutorials useful for data scientists (kbroman.org/pages/tutorials), and is very keen to develop tools for interactive data visualization (for example, see kbroman.org/qtlcharts). He was Terry Speed's student in statistics at UC Berkeley; he got is PhD in 1997.
Web: http://kbroman.org Twitter: @kwbroman