I am a software engineer and bioinformatician working within the Division of Systems Medicine and the Imperial Phenome Centre, developing applications and infrastructure for research data management and analysis.
Currently I am developing PhenomeDB - a data processing and database system for the harmonisation and integration of metabolomics data.
Previously I helped develop real-time QC systems for the Phenome Centre, managed a migration of nearly a Petabyte of critical research data, designed and developed an in-house LIMS, and developed a Matlab package of standardised in-house metabolomics tools.
I have a range and depth of experience developing robust data systems for commercial and public research projects, and advocate the use of best-in-class technologies for improving the scalability, reliability ,and sustainability of research software and data management.
- MSc in Bioinformatics and Systems Biology from Birkbeck College
- BSc (Hons) in Biomolecular Science from Kings College London
- Diploma in Statistics from the Open University