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Guy Leonard

  • BBSRC Bioinformatics Postdoctoral Researcher
  • Natural History Museum, London, UK
  • 0ReadersNumber of instances of Guy's publications in Mendeley libraries. Updated daily.
  • 9PublicationsNumber of items in this person’s My Publications folder on Mendeley.

Research interests

EvolutionPhylogenomicsPhylogeneticsGenomicsBioinformatics

Followers (21)

  • Raquel Rodriguez-Martinez

    Raquel Rodriguez-MartinezUniversity of Exeter

  • Katy Jones

    Katy JonesNatural History Museum

  • chambouvet aurelie

    chambouvet aurelie

  • Venura Perera

    Venura PereraUniversity of Exeter

  • Steve Moss

    Steve MossUniversity of Hull Department of Health Technology and Perioperative Practice

  • Andrew Bowkett

    Andrew BowkettWhitley Wildlife Conservation Trust

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Following (26)

  • Katy Jones

    Katy JonesNatural History Museum

  • chambouvet aurelie

    chambouvet aurelie

  • Venura Perera

    Venura PereraUniversity of Exeter

  • Steve Moss

    Steve MossUniversity of Hull Department of Health Technology and Perioperative Practice

  • Andrew Bowkett

    Andrew BowkettWhitley Wildlife Conservation Trust

  • yannick wurm

    yannick wurmQueen Mary University of London

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Publications (5)

  • A schematic showing the ways a fusion gene can occur at a chromosomal level.

    • Leonard G
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  • Genome-scale comparative analysis of gene fusions, gene fissions, and the fungal tree of life

    • Leonard G
    • Richards T
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  • Fungal Diversity in the Oceans

    • Richards T
    • Jones M
    • Leonard G
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  • Horizontal gene transfer facilitated the evolution of plant parasitic mechanisms in the oomycetes.

    • Richards T
    • Soanes D
    • Jones M
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  • Development of fusion and duplication finder BLAST (fdfBLAST): a systematic tool to detect differentially distributed gene fusions and resolve trifurcations in the tree of life

    • Leonard G
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Professional experience

BBSRC Bioinformatics Postdoctoral Researcher

Natural History Museum, London, UK

October 2010 - Present

Graduate Teaching Assistant

School of Biosciences

October 2006 - October 2010(4 years)

Bartender/Supervisor

The Lemon Grove

March 2003 - July 2008(5 years)

Education history

PhD Biosciences

University of Exeter

October 2006 - October 2010(4 years)

MSc Bioinformatics

University of Exeter

October 2005 - October 2006(a year)

BSc Cognitive Science

University of Exeter

September 2002 - July 2005(3 years)

International Baccalaureate and IGCSE

United World College of South East Asia

June 1998 - August 2002(4 years)