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Felix Feyertag

Postdoctoral Bioinformatician

Dr Felix Feyertag completed his Bachelor of Science in Computer Science at the University of Edinburgh. He then pursued education at the University of Manchester, first with a Master of Science in Computational Molecular Biology under supervision of Dr. Simon Whelan, followed by a PhD under supervision of Prof. David Robertson, investigating lentiviruses in the context of host adaptation as well as the emergence of drug resistance. Felix completed a postdoc at the University of Nevada, Reno, under supervision of Dr. David Alvarez-Ponce, using large-scale comparative genomic and bioinformatic approaches to investigate the fundamental causes underlying the evolution of protein-coding genes. Felix joined the Huber lab in 2018 as a bioinformatician employing chemoproteomic and systems biological methods for identifying novel drug targets for multiple myeloma.

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