About my research
I am the Bioinformatics Graduate Program Manager at the University of Guelph. In my role, I assist the Director in coordinating and managing various aspects of the graduate programs in Bioinformatics. I also act as a point of contact for students (prospective, current, and alumni), faculty, and external collaborators.
How my research improves life
The amount of biological information available to the scientific community, governments, and industry has grown immensely. The challenge is to organize, visualize, and interpret this information to develop these insights. An effective bioinformatician can apply computational and statistical tools to answer diverse biological questions. Bioinformatics is key for agriculture, medicine, public health, conservation, and law enforcement.
Why choose U of G?
The Bioinformatics Graduate Programs at the University of Guelph are interdisciplinary programs. Our students have the opportunity to connect with faculty from different departments and research areas throughout their program. They are exposed to a variety of research spanning multiple disciplines due to the nature of the Bioinformatics field and the expertise of the Bioinformatics faculty at the University of Guelph. Completing your next degree in Bioinformatics at the University of Guelph will place you in an extremely in-demand and cutting-edge field when you graduate.