Once you have genomic data, how do you know what is a marker of a problem? How would your local GP or someone at a hospital? Access to expert knowledge and specialists is hard in any field but within the burgeoning field of genomics, even harder. Django is part of our approach to solving this problem.
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Antonio is a biochemist, specialised in human genetics and computational biology. Currently working as bioinformatician at Genomics England, where he develops solutions for common genomics problems related to data storage, data curation and data analysis. Antonio speaks English, Python, Spanish, R and Java.