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I'm a freelance trainer specialising in teaching programming (mostly Python) and Linux skills to researchers in the field of biology. I trained as a biologist and completed my PhD in large-scale phylogenetics in 2007, then held a number of academic positions at the University of Edinburgh ending in a two year stint as Lecturer in Bioinformatics. I launched Python for Biologists in 2015 and have been teaching and writing full-time ever since.
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