Maintaining the population genetics module.
BEng in Informatics. Spent a few years working in IT as both a software developer and network engineer (banks, media companies, network companies, universities).
Returned to school to do a MSc in bioinformatics.
Did a PhD in Tropical Medicine (population genetics and bioinformatics applied to the study of malaria drug resistance).
Did a post-doc in human evolution at the University of Cambridge (short vacation from malaria research).
Back on malaria with a post-doc on Whole Genome Sequencing of Anopheles gambiae (the main vector of malaria).
Wellcome Trust Post-doctoral fellow until August 2015 on detecting genomic and transcriptomic signatures of selection for insecticide resistance in Anopheles (Liverpool, Oxford, Broad Insititute).
Currently a Research Scientist at the University of Montana