ORG National Science Foundation Title BIO Dr. Jennifer M. Schopf is a recent addition to NSF's Office on CyberInfrastructure, focusing on middleware, networking, and campus bridging programs. She also holds an appointment at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute (WHOI), where she is helping to develop a vision and implementation strategy to strengthen WHOI's participation in cyberinfrastructure programs. Prior to this, she was a Scientist at the Distributed Systems Lab at Argonne National Laboratory for 7 years, and spent 3.5 years as a researcher at the National eScience Center in Edinburgh, UK. She was a member of the Globus Alliance, the Director for the SciDAC Center for Enabling Distributed Petascale Science (CEDPS), technology coordinator for the Globus Monitoring and Discovery System (MDS), and Director of Outreach for Globus. She received MS and PhD degrees from the University of California, San Diego in Computer Science and Engineering. Currently, her research interests include monitoring, performance prediction, and anomaly detection in distributed system environments.