Jude Taylor approved

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Bioinformatics with a focus on public domain cardiac and neuroscience genetics and statistical programming in R and Bioconductor.

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Bioinformatics with a focus on public domain cardiac, cancer and neuroscience genetics and statistical programming in R and Bioconductor and performing statistical analysis of large data sets using various methods including machine learning, meta-analysis and single cell sequence analysis. I am currently contributing to bioinformatics research using big data at the Centre for Healthy Futures (CHEF) with a focus on digital pathology and identifying disease specific cell types and biochemical pathways.

Research Profile

I have a PhD from the University of Sydney, using animal models for translational understanding of Multiple sclerosis and autoimmune demyelinating diseases. I also have industry experience having worked with GSK drug discovery in China for neuroscience targeted therapies and have experience in infectious disease research, cardiovascular disease, oncology, neuroscience and immunology from my other post-doctoral positions in Australia, Singapore and China. I have more than 20 years of general academic research experience and some industry experience to draw on providing a very broad range of expertise across disciplines to inform my current research focus in bioinformatics using genetic datasets for cardiac disease, cancer, Multiple Sclerosis and Epilepsy. The majority research I have published provides evidence for the cellular and molecular basis of disease using models and clinical research data. Previous sponsors of my research include the Multiple Sclerosis Society of Australia, The National Heart Foundation, ASTAR in Singapore and higher education funding in China.

Education/Academic qualification

Immunology, PhD, B cell and T cell Effector Mechanisms in Experimental Autoimmune Neuritis

Award Date: 19 Dec 2000

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