About me

Jesse Lipp, PhD

Bioinformatics Scientist

LinkedIn: https://at.linkedin.com/in/jesse-lipp-a8707a99


I am an experienced and accomplished life scientist who is enthusiastic about the wealth of data that has become available to biomedical research. My training in molecular biology, biochemistry, and genetics as well as programming, statistics, and machine learning allows me to speak the language of both experimental scientists and computational biologists and reconcile their sometimes divergent project priorities.

Bioinformatics
• 4+ years of experience in bioinformatics (next-generation sequencing, microarrays, proteomics)
• Solid foundation in methods of statistics and machine learning relevant for bioinformatics (dimensional
reduction, clustering, linear and non-linear modeling and prediction)
• Programming / scripting skills in R, Python, and Bash
• High-performance cluster computing in Linux environment
• Git version control
• Author of Bioramble, a blog on concepts in bioinformatics, statistics, and machine learning

Life Sciences
• 15+ years of experience in experimental molecular biology, genetics, and biochemistry
• 10 publications (4 as first author) in high-impact, peer-reviewed journals including Cell and Nature
• Deep familiarity and experience with laboratory techniques in modern life sciences
• Expert knowledge in the fields of kinase signaling, cell cycle regulation, and mRNA splicing

General
• Ability to understand the needs of experimental and computational scientists and identify efficient solutions
• Excellent verbal and written skills in German and English
• Presentation of progress to both small groups and large audiences

 

 

 

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