The Staff of Babraham Bioinformatics
Simon Andrews (Head of Bioinformatics)
Phone: +44 (0)1223 496463
Simon came to bioinformatics after training as a molecular biologist. He originally did a first degree in microbiology at Warwick University before moving on to do a PhD in molecular evolution at Newcastle University.
Simon always had a keen interest in the application of computing to biology and following his PhD he moved into a full time bioinformatics position. He initially worked at the BBSRC Bioscience IT Services where he was a protein analysis specialist and was responsible for providing training in bioinformatics to the various BBSRC Institutes.
In 2000 he moved to the Babraham institute, where he has been the head of bioinformatics since the end of 2009.
Felix Krueger (Senior Bioinformatician)
Phone: +44 (0)1223 496104
Felix joined the bioinformatics team in the beginning of 2009 after finishing a postdoctoral postition in Moleluar Signalling at the Babraham Institute. He originally studied biology and did his PhD in molecular cell biology at the Department of Oncology in Erlangen/Germany (Department of Experimental Medicine II).
Anne Segonds-Pichon (Bio-Statistician)
Phone: +44 (0)1223 496653
Anne is an ecologist who moved into statistics during her PhD in epidemiology (University of Lyon, France).
She got her first full time position at the School of Public Health and Population Science in Dublin where she was dividing her time between analysing the Lifeways Cross Generation Cohort Study data and teaching statistics to medical students.
In 2004, Anne moved to England and joined the Bioinformatics group at the Babraham Institute.
Laura Biggins (Bioinformatician)
Phone: +44 (0)1223 496245
Laura joined the group in February 2011 after completing an MSc in Applied Bioinformatics at Cranfield University.
Steven Wingett (Bioinformatician)
Phone: +44 (0)1223 496223
Steven joined the group in April 2011. He has an undergraduate degree in Molecular and Cellular Biology from the University of Bath and a DPhil in plant reproductive biology from the Department of Plant Sciences, University of Oxford. After completing his postgraduate degree, he worked in the information industry for several years.