Following a degree in Natural Sciences at Jesus College, University of Cambridge (1993-1996), Nick studied for a Ph.D. with Janet Thornton at UCL (1996-2000) on the basis for specificity of DNA-binding proteins. He then moved to Yale University, USA, as an Anna Fuller Postdoctoral Fellow with Mark Gerstein (2000-2005), where he shifted research focus to genomics with a particular emphasis on yeast transcriptional regulation. He was a Group Leader at the EMBL-European Bioinformatics Institute (2005-2012) in Cambridge and built a computational biology laboratory with an emphasis on genomics and gene regulation. During this time, he joined the Okinawa Institute of Science & Technology as an Adjunct Faculty to establish a small group focused on developmental regulation (2011-present). He recently returned to UCL as a Chair in Computational Biology in the UCL Genetics Institute and holds a joint appointment as a Senior Group Leader at the Cancer Research UK London Research Institute. His laboratory will be joining the Francis Crick Institute in 2015. 

Qualifications and history

2000
University College, London, UK
PhD
2004
Yale University, USA
Postdoctoral Fellow
2005
EMBL-European Bioinformatics Institute, Cambridge, UK
Group Leader
2011
Okinawa Institute of Science & Technology, Japan
Adjunct Faculty
2012
University College, London, UK
Professor of Computational Biology
2012
London Research Institute, Cancer Research UK
Established lab
2015
Francis Crick Institute
Winton Group Leader

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