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Christoffer Nellaker

Research Fellow


I am seeking to translate the latest developments in computer vision and computational biology to clinical genetics. In this, the work is a collaborative effort to apply the latest techniques from facial recognition research to try to aid the diagnosis of rare genetic disease.

My research is driven by a long standing interest in rare genome variation and also extends to trying to identify ultra-rare somatic variants in genome sequencing.

I have a background in neuroscience, transposable element variation and computational biology.

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