Emily DabeSenior Consultant US
Areas of expertise
- Single-cells transcriptomics
- Single-cells sequencing
- Neurodegenerative diseases
- de novo genome assembly
Emily did her PhD in Biomedical Sciences with a concentration in Neuroscience at the University of Florida College of Medicine (US). In her research, she applied single-cell sequencing, bisulfite sequencing, and de novo genome assembly to study epigenomics and neuronal identity in a model system A. californica. Thanks to her experience in the complete experimental workflow, from the DNA and RNA isolation, running sequencing, to the analysis of the results with bioinformatics tools, Emily knows how to identify experimental problems and fix them bioinformatically whenever possible.
As a Senior Bioinformatics Consultant within our US West Coast team, Emily is involved in single-cell sequencing and single-cell spatial transcriptomics projects, mostly in the field of neurodegenerative diseases. She also works on building AWS architecture
“In my work at BISC Global, I really like that I’m not only coding, building pipelines and delivering results, but that I can actually directly communicate with our clients and get to mold, shape, and contribute to the progression of their experiments. It’s also nice that I get to keep my finger on the pulse of the latest research: constantly having to read the literature to find new potential biomarkers for our clients, especially when we’re doing discovery-driven analysis.”
On the weekends, there is a high chance to find Emily hiking somewhere in national parks. On the weekdays after work, she will most probably be outdoors too, exploring her neighborhood.