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Melissa Pentony

Bioinformatician


Work summary

I am a bioinformatician, working at Oxford BRC since May 2014. My current work involves analysis of high-throughput next-generation sequence data.

Prior to this I was an NGS analyst at Albert Einstein College of Medicine, and a post-doc at New York University, working on adaptive evolution of plant proteins and how they map to protein structures.

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