Andrew is is a computational biologist working at the Francis Crick Institute, using machine learning to deal with big biological data, from electronic health records to genomics. He trained as a physicist, with a PhD researching magnetism and superconductivity at Oxford University. He is also an award-winning science communicator, on TV, live and online, in formats from documentary to stand-up comedy. He campaigns on science policy and funding as Chair of Science is Vital and creator of Scienceogram.
Post-doctoral research fellow, Francis Crick Institute
Post-doctoral research fellow, London Research Institute
Research associate, MRC Centre for Developmental Neurobiology, King's College London
EPSRC Doctoral Prize Fellow, Department of Physics, University of Oxford
University of Oxford, DPhil, Condensed Matter Physics