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PhD Computational and Systems Biology (2017)

BA Natural Sciences (2011)

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Though I’m now a bioinformatician, my background is a BA in natural sciences, at Cambridge University. During my transformative PhD in computational and systems biology I primarily worked on constraint based modelling of metabolism.

Before working at the CSCI I was a post-doc at the John Innes Centre, Norwich Research Park, UK, where I worked on comparative transcriptomics over plant development. There we focussed on understanding regulation of the floral transition in Brassicaceae through timeseries alignment, and comparison of inferred regulatory networks.

I am interested in statistical pattern recognition, model building, decision making and any other means of validating, formalising or value adding to the analysis of biological data and understanding of complex biological systems.

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