Konrad Rudolph

I’m a bioinformagician slash scientist & software developer. In the past I’ve worked at the Gurdon Institute of the University of Cambridge and at EMBL-EBI.

Currently I work on compression software. Over the years I’ve dabbled in everything from biological research (mostly genomics and epigenetics) and statistical analysis (using R) to software development, both on the frontend (using e.g. HTML, JavaScript, WinForms, Swing) and the backend (using C++, Java, Python, Ruby, PHP, to name just a few). My PhD thesis was on the regulation of expression of non-coding RNA in mammals.


  • Cambridge, United Kingdom
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