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I am currently a senior lecturer in biological statistics at Canterbury Christ Church University where I mainly teach statistics and Bioinformatics (to an advanced level). My main research interests focus on the genetic diversity and epidemiology of infectious disease. I also have interests in conservation genetics and currently have a collaboration looking the genetic diversity of Pit viper species in Honduras. I did my PhD at Queen Mary University of London looking at the evolution of the immune system (with respect to social behaviour and mating system) in the African mole-rats. I have subsequently worked as a postdoctoral researcher at UCL (both in the Department of Biology and in the Division of Infection and Immunity as a bioinformatician), the University of Kent (at DICE) and at the Pirbright Institute (formerly the Institute for Animal Health, again as a bioinformatician).
Module leader on two 3rd year Bioinformatics modules (Introduction to Bioinformatics and Bioinformatics 2). Teach statistics to 2nd year students on the Communications and Analysis module.
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