Dr Matt Banton
School of Biomedical Sciences (Faculty of Health)
2020 - Research Fellow in Bioinformatics
2012 - Post-doctoral Research associate (University of Cambridge) in the molecular characterisation of rare genetic variants associated with obesity.
2010 - Post-doctoral Research associate (University of Cambridge) on the intracellular trafficking of the inhibitory T-cell receptor, CTLA-4.
MPhil in Computational Biology (University of Cambridge).
PhD in Molecular Biology (University of Cambridge).
BSc (Hons) in Molecular Biology (University of Sheffield).
I have a strong background in Molecular and Cell biology in the Biomedical sciences and became interested in Bioinformatics while working as a Post-doc. I therefore decided to do a Masters in Computational Biology to develop my Bioinformatics skills and have been working on several Bioinformatics projects since, including on single cell RNA-seq.
I am keen to collaborate on different projects with various groups, if you would like to discuss future projects with me or how I might be able to help with current projects please do get in touch.
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