Alan Murphy joins the lab as a Research Assistant

Alan Murphy has just joined the lab as a researhc assistant!

Alan has a background in data analytics and machine learning, as he did his undergraduate degree in the statistics department of Trinity College Dublin. He has also experience from the industry, as he has worked as a data analytics consultant on numerous statistical projects across a wide range of industries from the public sector to banking.

Alan has also worked as part of Dr. Overton’s group in Queen’s University Belfast where his research focused on methods of integrating multi-omic patient data, through network biology approaches, to predict the instigated molecular players in differing biological contexts such as the Epithelial to Mesenchymal Transition (EMT) process.

Nathan Skene
Nathan Skene
Lecturer and UKDRI Group Leader

My research interests include human genetics, single cell -omics and neurobiology.