mitoBench: Modern methods for visually enhanced handling of human mitochondrial data and reference retrieval.

Abstract

I gave a talk about our novel application mitoBench, describing its use for mitochondrial DNA analysis work at the UKAS conference.

Date
Apr 5, 2017 12:00 AM
Event
UK Archaeological Sciences (UKAS) 2017 Conference
Location
Gustav Tuck Lecture Theatre and South Cloisters, Wilkins Building, Gower Street, UCL, London / UK
Clinical Bioinformatics Lead

My research centers around the development of sustainable, easy-to-use workflows for the processing of large-scale (bio-) logical data.