Kim Judge | Senior Staff Scientist

Judge, Kim

Kim is currently working with Oxford Nanopore technology. She has experience with pathogen sequencing using MinION and Illumina platfroms, and long read bioinformatics, including de-novo assembly and antibiotic resistance gene detection.

Publications

  • Early insights into the potential of the Oxford Nanopore MinION for the detection of antimicrobial resistance genes.

    Judge K, Harris SR, Reuter S, Parkhill J and Peacock SJ

    The Journal of antimicrobial chemotherapy 2015;70;10;2775-8

Judge, Kim
Kim's Timeline
2015

Joined Sequencing R & D team at Sanger as a visiting worker

2014

Began PhD. Joined the MinION Access Program as an early user of Oxford Nanopore technology

2012

Moved to Department of Medicine at Addenbrookes Hospital, Cambridge to work on whole genome sequencing of bacterial pathogens

2011

Joined Illumina as a Research Associate in Research and Development

2010

Graduated from University of Cambridge with a BA in Natural Sciences (Genetics)