This site is an attempt to pull together as many of the things I do in one place

I am currently working with the UK node of the EU ELIXIR project, as Training Coordinator for Research Science based at the MRC Human Genetics Unit, at the Institute of Genetics and Molecular Medicine, University of Edinburgh - read my view on Why I think ELIXIR is important for training.

I also continue to hold an Honorary Lectureship at Bangor University and Recognised Teacher Status with Cranfield University. I live in the town of St Neots, Cambridgeshire, with my wife Sarah Morgan, and our two children, Chloe & Jack.

Up until the end of 2011 I held a position as Lecturer in Genetics & Computational Biology at Cranfield University and, until the end of the 2010/11 academic year (Sept 2011), I was the course director for Cranfield's MSc in Applied Bioinformatics.

Subsequently I moved to industry to take up the role of leading the delivery of in silico services for Lonza Biologics, working with customers to assist in the development of protein products (primarily therapeutic) to translate basic science towards application in the clinic. Post-Lonza, I launched my own consultancy providing data integration and general bioinformatics support to life science companies. See