Bioinformatics Support Engineer
Elisabetta joined the PaM Informatics team as a Bioinformatics Support Engineer in 2021, to support research activities of the Parasite and Microbes Programme.
Elisabetta is a passionate bioinformatician/software developer with a background in Applied Bioinformatics and (Cellular and Molecular) Biology. She supports research activities of the Parasites and Microbes (PaM) programme by troubleshooting bioinformatics issues and developing PaM Informatics tools.
Elisabetta started working as a Software Developer within the PaM Informatics team in 2022, contributing to several projects, including Monocle and the Data Catalogue.
Monocle is a web application intended for monitoring and sharing genomic data.
- Monocle Status Monitor – restricted access. Intended for sharing private/unpublished data with collaborators. Collaborators are able to track the status (received/sequenced/pipelines) of their samples and download their data once ready (reads, assemblies, and annotations).
- Monocle Data Viewer – open access. Intended for sharing public data with the rest of the scientific community. Users are able to download assemblies and annotations by filtering and sorting samples of interest.
The Data Catalogue is a system intended to track all centrally imported data.
Developer within the Monarch Team (PaM Informatics), Wellcome Sanger Institute, UK
Developer within the Monocle Team (PaM Informatics), Wellcome Sanger Institute, UK
MSc in Applied Bioinformatics, Cranfield University, UK
Bioinformatics Support Engineer, Wellcome Sanger Institute, UK
BSc in Biological Sciences (Cellular and Molecular Biology), Università degli Studi di Torino, Italy
NGS Data Analyst Intern, Candiolo Cancer Institute IRCCS, Italy