May 4, 2019

WEBINAR: Expert panel on industrialising microbiomics

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Tuesday July 25 2017 2:00 PM, Webinar

Join a panel of experts, including Dr Barry Murphy, Microbiomics Science Lead at Unilever, Dr Craig McAnulla, Senior Consultant for Bioinformatics and Dr Yasmin Alam-Faruque, Scientific Data Manager/Biocurator as they discuss first-hand experience and views on how to get better insights faster from microbiome data.



Our experts will be providing their insights at this FREE webinar: 


Dr Barry Murphy LinkedIn

Microbiomics Science Lead at Unilever

Barry completed a degree in Industrial Microbiology followed by PhD research in molecular microbiology at University College Dublin. Following Post-Doctoral research at the University of Leicester he managed commercial DNA sequencing laboratories both in Ireland and the UK. He joined Unilever in 2014 to head up the Microbiomics research program attempting to profile and understand microbial communities in relation to Unilever relevant conditions.

Dr Craig McAnulla LinkedIn

Senior Consultant Bioinformatics at Eagle Genomics

Craig earned his Ph.D. in Microbology at the University of Warwick, he then completed his Postdoctoral research at the John Innes Centre before joining EBI and developing their bioinformatics capability. Dr McAnulla has extensive experience in developing large scale pipelines for analysing microbiome datasets. His skills cover both software and biology and he often provides deep insights to industry experts on these topics.

Dr Yasmin Alam-Faruque LinkedIn

Scientific Data Manager/Biocurator at Eagle Genomics

Biocurator, Yasmin Alam-Faruque is a member of Eagle Genomics' Biocuration team, joining in early 2014. Yasmin came to biocuration from a start as a bench scientist, and brings an understanding of biomedical science from an academic perspective, with an MSc in immunology. In her previous role as a scientific database curator at the European Bioinformatics Institute (EMBL-EBI), she worked on the Renal Gene Ontology Annotation Initiative, a project funded by the charity Kidney Research UK.

Dr Raminderpal Singh LinkedIn

Vice President, Head of Microbiome Division at Eagle Genomics

Raminderpal earned his PhD in the semiconductor industry where he spent a decade building advanced technologies for semiconductor modelling and data mining. In 2012, Dr Singh took the helm as the Business Development Executive for IBM Research’s genomics program, where he developed and led the execution of the go-to-market and business plan for the IBM Watson Genomics program. In addition to many published papers, Dr Singh has two books and twelve patents.

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