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Associate Professor of Computational Biology, The University of Melbourne

A/Prof Andrew Lonie is a faculty member of the department of Computing and Information Systems at the University of Melbourne and foundation head of the Life Sciences Computation Centre, a crossinstitutional centre of bioinformatics and computational biology expertise and infrastructure support within the Victorian Life Sciences Computation Initiative. Genomics, proteomics and biomedical image analysis experts within the LSCC collaborate with and support life sciences researchers in a variety of research projects across Victoria; the centre is also responsible for implementing and disseminating best practice methods and techniques, advising on experimental design and interpretation, and resourcing and maintaining informatics analysis platforms. A/Prof Lonie is also academic coordinator of the MSc (Bioinformatics) at the University of Melbourne.


  • –present
    Head of the Life Sciences Computation Centre, Victorian Life Sciences Computation Initiative (hosted by the University of Melbourne)
  • –present
    Associate Professor, Bioinformatics, University of Melbourne


  • 1994 
    University of Adelaide, PhD/Molecular Genetics