Developing genomic sequencing assays for infectious disease surveillance
Olin Silander has been a senior lecturer in the School of Natural Sciences at Massey University, Auckland since 2015. His work focuses on bacterial genetics and evolution. Olin received his PhD in Evolutionary Biology from the University of California, San Diego before a postdoctoral fellowship at ETH Zurich and a research fellowship at the University of Basel.
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