Michael Imelfort


Summary

It started with a bachelors degree in mathematics and statistics in 2000. After working at a number of different things I completed a masters degree in pure mathematics followed by a PhD in bioinformatics. My earlier research centred on using bioinformatics and statistical methods to analyse, assemble and annotate DNA sequence data. These days I generally try to apply these skills to improve understand environmental microbial communities, particularly those communities which cannot be cultured.

Bioinformatics Genomics Microbiology

Work details

Postdoctoral Research Fellow

Australian Centre for Ecogenomics
School of Chemistry and Molecular Biology

Postdoctoral Research Fellow

The University of Queensland
School of Chemistry and Molecular Biology

Websites

PeerJ Contributions

September 30, 2014
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May 20, 2015 - Version: 2
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June 10, 2014 - Version: 1
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