Bioinformatician with experience in NGS tools, software development and data analysis.
NGS tools experience
Knowledge of C++ and Perl
Bioinformatics Analyst, 11/2012
to 02/2014 Albert Einstein College of Medicine – New York
Analysis of NGS data using in-house pipelines.
Consulted with researchers on their analysis, both pre and post stages.
Wrote small scripts / programs as necessary.
Post-doctoral Researcher, 11/2008
to 06/2012 New York University – New York City,
Conducted applied research the evolution of plant protein familes
Wrote in-house software as needed
Maintained lab webpage and server
Presented results at international meetings
Post-doctoral Researcher, 03/2005
to 09/2008 University College London – London
Conducted basic and applied research on intrinsic protein disorder in the human genome.
Interpreted research findings and summarized data into reports.
Developed webpage for data distribution
2004 National University of Ireland - Maynooth Developed software methods for phylogenetic supertree reconstruction
B.Sc: Computer Science and Biology,
1999 National University of Ireland - Maynooth Double Major in Biology and Computer Science
Bachelor of Science: Biology & Computer Science,
1999 National University of Ireland - Maynooth
August 2007 Lecturer : BioSapiens European Bioinformatics School Introduction to Bioinformatics and Phylogenetics 2005-2008 Teaching Support : Department of Computer Science, University College London.
1st year 'Principles of Programming' Role: Aided in teaching Java and Prolog programming languages 2000 - 2004 Part-time Junior Lecturer, Tutor and Practical Class Demonstrator.
Departments of Biology, Computer Science, NUI Maynooth Lecturer : Introduction to basic web design and HTML.
Tutor : 1st year ECDL (European Computer Driving Licence) Demonstrator : Demonstration of Biology practical sessions.
EMBO International Bioinformatics Summer School Demonstrator : Introduction to Unix High throughput Biology Seminars / Talks Pentony, MM.