With a background in both data science and biology I am well aware of the importance of good programming and data skills for successful biological studies. As such, I am actively engaged in training the community through learned society-sponsored training events.

Currently, I deliver two courses: Python for Beginners, which I teach through the Royal Society for Biology, and Bioimage Analysis in Python, which has been taught as part of the Royal Microscopical Society’s Image Analysis Focus Interest Group; however, I (and my colleagues) are working hard to make these resources openly available on-line as well.

If you’re interested in organising a training course where you work, please contact me via LinkedIn.