Theo Sanderson


I am a researcher based at the Francis Crick Institute, where I develop new approaches for studying pathogen genomes at scale, both in the laboratory and computationally. I received my PhD at the Wellcome Sanger Institute, where I worked on some of the first genome-scale screens in malaria parasites. After an AI Residency with Google in Boston, applying machine learning to amino acid sequences, I took up a Sir Henry Wellcome Fellowship to continue to work on scaling up malaria genetics, with a focus on automation. Since the COVID-19 pandemic I have also been developing new computational approaches to phylogenetics at scale.

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