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Adam Sardar

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Research interests

Computational Genomics Network Inference & Pharmacology Complexity Science Caffeine as a Research Necessity

About

I work as a Computational Biologist at eTherapeutics. e-Therapeutics is an in-silico drug discovery company looking to leverage understanding of network analysis and data-driven solutions to the inference of genetic systems so as to predict novel treatments. There is a great variation in the nature of the work needed to support the many projects currently underway here; from PPI-network module inference to whole-genome RNAseq assembly and statistical modelling of drug MoA to pen & paper linear algebra to put bounds on bespoke algorithm implementations. My work in the informatics team sees me developing and building infrastructure that underpins discovery efforts as well as researching new data science strategies for application within the life sciences, typically using HPC alongside cutting-edge statistical and machine learning techniques.

Co-authors (16)

Publications (3)

  • The SUPERFAMILY 1.75 database in 2014: a doubling of data

    • Oates M
    • Stahlhacke J
    • Vavoulis D
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  • The Evolution of Human Cells in Terms of Protein Innovation

    • Sardar A
    • Oates M
    • Fang H
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  • A daily-updated tree of (sequenced) life as a reference for genome research.

    • Fang H
    • Oates M
    • Pethica R
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Professional experience

Lab Analyst

GlaxoSmithKline

July 2007 - January 2008(6 months)

Education history

Computer Science PhD

University of Bristol

January 2010 - June 2013(3 years)

Complex Systems Masters

University of Bristol

September 2008 - November 2009(a year)

Chemistry

University of Bristol

September 2003 - July 2007(4 years)