About Me

I earned my doctorate in bioinformatics in the Structural Bioinformatics Group of Prof. Mike J.E. Sternberg at Imperial College London. My thesis was entitled "Development of an Enhanced Fold Recognition Ensemble System for Protein Structure Prediction", which was used as the basis for developing a new protein structure prediction server called Phyre (Protein Homology/analogY Recognition Engine). Transcripts of my thesis are available for the printed version or the web version.

Since 2003 I have worked as a software developer and architect in academia, investment management, and the upstream oil & gas sector. I am a .NET specialist with a passion for robust full-stack system design in both Linux and Windows environments; I am currently a solutions architect at The App Business in London.

Here is a brief summary of my qualifications:

You can view my full CV here.

I have a number of rather disparate hobbies and interests, including (in no particular order):