I am computational biologist with a background in infectious disease biology and drug-target discovery. I currently work in Industry (yes yes, i know, yuck). My initial training in molecular microbiology was followed by a stint at the University of California, Berkeley working on the pathogenesis of TB. I returned to London for my doctorate studies, again on TB but from a combined bioinformatics/wet-lab angle. I was awarded my PhD in 2008 from the University of London. I then undertook post doctoral research at Pfizer in Sandwich, Kent in the bioinformatics department seconded to the anti-viral research unit. Latterly I have focused on the biology of human disease and I am currently in the epigenetics group of Neusentis in Cambridge, UK. I’m interested in all things cool in molecular biology, epigenetics, bioinformatics and where they cross over. You can find me on twitter and at bioinpharmatics.com
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