I'm bioinformatician with experience in microbial and cancer genomics, with a range of skills including (meta)genomics data analysis and integration in studying novel bacterial pathogens and cancers, genotype-phenotype correlation, RNAseq analysis, molecular epidemiology, and microbial population genomics.
PhD: Radboud University Nijmegen, The Netherlands
M.Sc. Bioinformatics: Wageningen University & Research Center, The Netherlands
B.Sc. Biochemistry: Kenyatta University, Kenya
Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences (Academy Ter Meulen Grant 2014)
B.Sc. Biochemistry (Honors)
Courses in bioinformatics, including but not limited to microbial genomics, programming (Perl/Python/R), and applied microbiology.
Using the microbiome to underpin its role in in disease and health as modulated by diet, environmental factors (including antibiotics use), and lifestyle among Aboriginal communities.
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