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Ville developed computational methods to discover and understand functionally relevant genetic and phenotypic variation.
Ville has a background in engineering and physics and he has been working in the field of quantitative biology for more than 10 years. At the Sanger Institute his group is studied rapidly evolving populations, for example to better understand how they react to external challenges. The work was done with systems of direct relevance to human health, in the context of cancer, infectious disease and evolution of drug resistance.
Computational Genomics Faculty at the Sanger Insititute
University of Oxford, United Kingdom, Doctor of Philosophy, Physics
Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Cologne, Germany, in the Statistical Physics and Quantitative Biology Group of Professor Michael Lässig
Helsinki University of Technology, Finland, Master of Science in Technology