I am a postdoctoral researcher using zebrafish models to the study innate immunity and autophagy in the host-pathogen interactions during infectious diseases.

I am enthusiastic about finding the biological meaning of perturbations in large datasets and in creating interactive visual interfaces to ease the bioinformatic analysis of my lab peers.

I have expertise in both wet lab research techniques, including molecular biology, histology, microbiology, and confocal microscopy, as well as in the bioinformatic skills needed for evolutionary and phylogenetic techniques, comparative genomics, and transcriptomics.

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