I recently graduated with distinction from the MSc Bioinformatics program at Wageningen University in the Netherlands. Currently, I am furthering my MSc research project on elucidating the path from mined metabolic gene clusters to bioactive natural products, as a PhD candidate.
My interests lay on the intersection between natural products, biotechnology, and software development - I have interdisciplenary knowledge on analytical chemistry, industrial fermentation, algorithm development, dynamic modeling and parameter optimization, and machine learning.
Feel free to reach out and lets talk (bio|chem)informatics!
I help elucidating the path from genotype to interactome at Wageningen University.
I make proprietary dynamic fermentation models for testing bioreactor setups.
Tailoring enzyme regioselectivity predictor for biosynthetic gene cluster compounds. Work in progress.