I love single cell biology, data science, graphs, coding, fighting viral infections, the immune system, and rock climbing.
co-supervised: John Pimanda
I am a postdoctoral research fellow with passion for single cell omics and computational biology, specifically using data science techniques to analyse multi-omics data and investigate biological system. When not working, I enjoy mountain biking, painting, travelling, and listening to blues and jazz music.
I am a postdoctoral research fellow with a keen interest in identifying resistance mechanisms in aggressive subtypes of breast cancer caused by dysregulation at the transcript level through to the metabolic level. Apart from work, I enjoy going for bike rides and bush walks.
co-supervised: Shirit Einav @ Stanford
I am a postdoctoral scholar with an interest in single cell biology and virology, especially using single cell transcriptomic tools to investigate virus-host interplay in severe dengue.
Toni Rose Jue
co-supervised: Jeff Holst
I am a postdoctoral scholar and my research interest revolve around the use of next generation sequencing technologies to understand the mechanisms of immunotherapeutic strategies for malignant primary brain tumours, specifically glioblastoma. Beyond work, I love travelling and exploring the outdoors with my husband and daughter.
I am a PhD student and my background is in pharmacy. My research interests are data analysis and single cell sequencing. Outside of work, I like reading and traveling.
I am a 4th-year medical student at UNSW, currently researching sex specific responses to hyperoxia in the neonatal lung. In my leisure time, I enjoy playing tennis and cricket as well as travelling. I am also a huge foodie and love watching movies.
co-supervised: Cristina Alvira @ Stanford
- Ying (Christine) Xu: dengue antibody intern, now student at @UNSW.
- Carsten Knutsen: neonatal lung research professional, then research associate @Recombinetics (now back with us!).
- Paula Klavina: neonatal lung intern, now PhD student @RCSI (Ireland)
- Yasir Kusay: igraph development intern, now student @UNSW
Some friendly labs that are full of smart, kind people:
cazencotte neherlab Einav lab The Big One Alvira lab bedford.io Goo Lab ciralab Bloom lab