Charlotte A.

Bioinformatics software developer
Happy to mentor
Happy to be contacted

About me

Charlotte A.
Biology
Biochemistry
Undergraduate
Alcuin
2007
United Kingdom

My employment

Bioinformatics software developer
The Department of Primary Industries
Australia
Environment and energy
2009

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A day in the life of a Bioinformatics software developer in Australia

How I found out about the job

Local/regional press

Courses taken since graduation

MRes Computational Biology

Where I hope to be in 5 years

I am planning to do a PhD.

My advice to students considering work

You can't plan for everything, you just have to gain as many skills as you can and use your initiative to apply your skill to the problems you face.

What I do

As a bioinformatics software developer I design and implement software pipelines, for the analysis of large datasets from biological experiments.

Skills I use and how I developed them

MRes Computational Biology.

Degree skills:
A background in biology enables me to help scientists solve their computational problems.

Extracurricular skills:
Communication and team work skills from playing in a number of sport teams has help in my work's team environment.

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