He received a BS (1987) in computer science from New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, and an MS (1990) and PhD (1994) in computer science from Texas A&M University. His MS thesis topic was on predicting code-based measurements from models, and his PhD work explored combining qualitative and quantitative reasoning to try to understand how individual cell dynamics and cell signaling lead to the emergence of a robust immune response. He also has a degree in Systematic Theology (1997) from the General Theological Seminary, where he wrote a thesis on implications of the theology of Paul Tillich for gay Christians.
Clay currently serves as CEO of a new digital health company, Cohere Health Technologies, which seeks to improve patient engagement through apps, analytics, and consulting.
David Groff is a poet, writer, and independent editor. He and his partner, Clay Williams, married on June 27, 2012. Groff's collection of poems, Clay is named for his husband.
Groff graduated from the University of Iowa, with an MFA, and MA. He has taught at University of Iowa, Rutgers University, and NYU, and at William Paterson University.
David Groff is a poet, writer, and independent editor. He and his partner, Clay Williams, married on June 27, 2012. Groff's collection of poems, Clay is named for his husband. For the last eleven years, he has worked with literary and popular novelists, memorists, journalists, and scientists. Clay Williams is a computer scientist and theologian. His scientific interests include artificial intelligence, combinatorial optimization, computational biology, software engineering, and software validation and verification.
For the last eleven years, he has worked with literary and popular novelists, memorists, journalists, and scientists whose books have been published by Atria, Bantam, HarperCollins, Hyperion, Little Brown, Miramax, Putnam, St. Martin’s, Wiley, and other publishers. For twelve years he was an editor at Crown Publishing.
Groff's work was published in American Poetry Review, Bloom, Chicago Review, Christopher Street, Confrontation, The Georgia Review, The Iowa Review, Men on Men 2, Men on Men 2000, Missouri Review, New York, North American Review, Northwest Review, Out, Poetry, Poetry Daily, Poetry Northwest, Poz, Prairie Schooner, QW, Self, 7 Days, 7 Carmine, and Wigwag.
Clay by David Groff
Paperback: 90 pages
Publisher: Trio House Press (January 1, 2013)
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