I am a researcher with over a decade of experience in computational biology. I specialise in understanding biological processes by employing computer simulations and analysis of large volumes of data. During my university days I studied ecology and computational methods of physics. My experience covers also handling of large datasets of biological information (RNA / DNA sequences, annotated genes, epidemiological surveillance information) and statistical analysis of data. I code in Python and C++.
Currently, I model the spread of influenza in France during seasonal epidemics.
For many years I have been volunteering for non-government organisations. At the moment, I’m involved in a science advocacy group “Nauka dla Przyrody” (“Science for Nature”) consisting of Polish environmental researchers. NdP is calling for science-driven nature conservation efforts.
If you want to contact me, go and FIND_ME. This web page is a bit of a lavish résumé.