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Read more at: Dr John Lees

Dr John Lees

What I do:

I run the Pathogen Informatics and Modelling group at EMBL-EBI. My previous work has attempted to understand the pathogenesis and transmission of infectious diseases. I primarily works on statistical genetics, genomic epidemiology and genome evolution of pathogenic bacteria. I have also worked on infectious disease modelling, GPU algorithms, and visualisation. I write methods and software to scale these analyses and make them more accessible to others in attempts to democratise bioinformatics.


Read more at: Daniel Anderson

Daniel Anderson

What I do:

I am a PhD student in Zamin Iqbal's group at the EMBL-EBI working on applying genome graphs to improve the accuracy of antimicrobial resistance prediction in bacteria.

Research Interests:

I am interested in developing and applying genome graph and pan-genome methods to bacterial populations, software engineering and microbiology.