Ms Gaonac'h-Lovejoy completed an MSc in Pharmacology before embracing the dark side and pursuing a PhD in bioinformatics. Her current project is trying to unravel the mysteries of dark matter in the human genome through the lens of RNA structure.
Ms Sagniez has a biological engineering degree and has worked as a biobank manager and clinical trials quality assurance officer. Her thesis is focused on the rapid diagnosis and stratification of paediatric leukemias using nanopore sequencing.
Ms Budhraja is a bioinformatician who specializes in single-cell transcriptomics. Her project involves interrogating the host immune response to viral infection and vaccination via the development and optimization of innovative long-read single-cell sequencing applciations.
PhD Student (co-supervised with Dr Soren Gantt)
Ms Dungca has a BSc and MSc in Pharmacy with professional experience in molecular biology, biotechnology and viral infection diagnostics. Her project aims to optimize long read sequencing strategies to study cytomegalovirus transmission and evolution.