Ph.D. Computational Biology, September 2015 - Present
B.Sc. Computer Science, August 2011 - December 2014
August 2007 - June 2011
Worked as a member of the Dynmaic Merchandizing team at the Amazon Development Centre, Scotland. Left to pursue a PhD.
Worked as an intern for the Google Wallet team out of the Google San Francisco Office.
Developing Synthetic Biology Applications for the design and characterization of DNA sequences, and for the automation of DNA synthesis.
Developed feedback loop prevention and visualization software for radio systems. Developed a quick installer for the IPICS product.
Developed a Ruby on Rails web application for use in the Boeke and Bader labs.
Part of a team of four which created a cloud-based tool for plasmid annotation and design (called Autogene), which was submitted to the 2012 iGEM competition in the software track, won Best Software in the World iGEM Competition
Did bioinformatics programming in support of a Shigella vaccine development project.
Web Development and Java programming in support of an Arabic-to-English translation software project
A webapp written in Meteor for searching, extracting and packaging bioparts.
Cai Lab Website 2.0
A redesign of the Cai Lab website.
Cai Lab Website 1.0
The website of the Cai Lab at the University of Edinburgh.
Bruce Taylor Website
A website made for Bruce Taylor.
Cai Lab Database
A web app made for the storage of Cai Lab data.
A website made for the storage and analysis of Biopart information.