Lab: Professor Jens Nielsen
Research field(s): Systems Biology, budding yeast cell cycle, metabolism
Supervisor: Professor Jens Nielsen
Education and degrees:
2010 BSc (Hons) in Biochemistry, St Andrews University, UK
2011 MSc in Drug Discovery and Translation Biology, University of Edinburgh, UK
2015 PhD in Biochemistry, University of Cambridge, UK
2016- Postdoc, Department of Biology and Biological Engineering, Chalmers University of Technology, Gothenburg, Sweden
Teaching and Tutoring Experience:
Nov 2013, Nov 2015
Undergraduate Demonstrator, University of Cambridge, UK
Assisted in Cell and Developmental Biology practicals for 2nd year undergraduates.
Jul- Aug 2014
Molecular Medicine Tutor, University of Oxford, UK
Created and taught syllabus on molecular medicine to prospective University students, raising £1,400 for charity.
Feb- May 2015
Postgraduate Supervisor, University of Cambridge, UK
Mentored visiting MSc student on work to replicate main PhD findings in Saccharomyces cerevisiae using alternate yeast species, Schizosaccharomyces pombe.
Postgraduate Lecturer, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden
Lecture annually to postgraduate students on large scale biological data acquisition and analysis, such as general multi-omic approaches and transcriptomic and proteomic work flows.
Jun 2017- May 2018
Postgraduate Supervisor, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden
Mentored visiting MSc student in project on mitochondrial dynamics during the yeast cell cycle.
Grants, Awards and Prizes:
Deans’ List for academic performance
Darwin College Travel Grant
Travel expenses for EMBO Young Investigator Program (YIP) PhD student course (Heidelberg, Netherlands).
EMBO Travel Grant
Registration and travel expenses for EMBO meeting (Heidelberg, Netherlands).
Sep 2016- present
SciLifeLab Bioinformatics Long-term Support Grant for current project for 500 effective hours via collaboration with bioinformatician expert. Granted by Wallenberg Advanced Bioinformatics Infrastructure (WABI).
systems biology, multi-omics, big data analysis, biochemistry, molecular biology, cell biology, fluorescence microscopy, cell-cell interactions, cell cycle biology, metabolism