Felipe Pereira

Postdoctoral Fellow

Felipe is a bioinformatician with a computer science background. He received his PhD degree at Minas Gerais, Brazil, in 2019. In his PhD thesis, he studied host-pathogen interaction in important zoonotic fish-pathogenic bacteria. He had experience as a teacher assistant in Programming Languages and Software Engineering, and he worked in the National Reference Laboratory of the Brazilian Ministry of Agriculture using different types of omics technologies, such as transcriptomics and proteomics. His main interest is to integrate data from different technologies and work with big data science.

He is a bioinformatician in the Grinberg Lab and Seeley Selective Vulnerability Research Lab in May 2021, and his efforts are linked to single nuclei/bulk RNA sequencing data processing, data integration and statistical analysis.