people make the science work
Modern biology is interdisciplinary. The challenge is to bring the right people together, with a shared language to foster collaboration and innovation.
I (Lee Larcombe) formed Applied Exomics in 2012 to provide bioinformatics support to biotech/pharma companies. My interdisciplinary background, spanning wet lab and bioinformatics, in both academia and industry gives me a unique perspective and enables me to connect and focus communities, people, ideas and data.
I am always looking for new projects and partnerships. We can work together on small, short projects or take a more strategic role in longer challenges. Building a relationship is important, flexibility is key and there is no "set menu" of services. If you would like to discuss working together, then please get in touch.
connect & contact
I am regularly on site at the Stevenage Bioscience Catalyst (normally every Tuesday). I work in the atrium to provide an opportunity for other tenants of SBC to stop by and chat about bioinformatics or their data.
I am hoping that offering this kind of bioinformatics "surgery" will help to support the SBC community - and I'm happy to discuss how I can help with questions or analysis problems, or to put people in touch with experts who can help elsewhere.