Our instructors

Our courses are taught by highly qualified instructors in their fields, with broad international links and experiences. This gives us the opportunity to differentiate our scientific offer, providing you with a broad range of subject areas. You will also enjoy the advantages of small class sizes and the possibility to continuously interact with our research-active staff, who has already demonstrated a high sense of commitment to students’ learning.

Dr. Martin Jones

(Founder, Python for biologists, UK)

Dr. Aedin Culhane

(Harvard University, USA)

Dr. Owen S. Wangensteen

(University of Salford, UK)

Dr. Vasco Elbrecht
(University of Duisburg-Essen, GER)

Dr. Michael Matschiner

(University of Basel, CH)

Dr. Levi Waldron

(CUNY School of Public Health in NYC, USA)

Dr. Ken Aho

(Idaho State University, USA)

   Dr. Lewis G. Spurgin

(University of East Anglia, UK)

Dr. Martin I. Taylor
(University of East Anglia, UK)

Dr. Malachi Griffith

(Washington University School of Medicine, USA)

Dr. Jing Hua Zhao

(University of Cambridge School of Clinical Medicine, UK)

Dr. Paul "Joey" McMurdie

(Whole Biome, San Francisco, USA)

Dr. Tallulah Andrews

(Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute, UK)

Dr. Federico Comoglio

(Cambridge Institute for Medical Research, UK)

Dr. Andrés J. Cortés

(University of Gothenburg, SE)

Dr. Robert Aboukhalil

(GenapSys, SE)

Dr. Naiara Rodriguez-Ezpeleta

(Azti tecnalia, ES)

Dr. Obi Griffith

(Washington University School of Medicine, USA)

Dr. Josephine Paris

(University of Exeter, UK)

Dr. Nicolas Delhomme

(Umeå Plant Science Center, SE)

Dr. Thomas D. Otto

(University of Glasgow, UK)

Dr. Iros Barozzi

(Imperial College London, UK)

Dr. Matthew W. Blair

(Tennessee State University, USA)


Mr. Brian J. Haas

(The Broad Institute of MIT & Harvard, USA)

Dr. Stéphane Joost


Dr. Alexander Suh

(Uppsala University, SE)

Dr. Vladimir Kiselev

(Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute, UK)

Dr. Christopher Quince

(University of Warwick, UK)

Dr. Carmelo Fruciano

(Queensland University of Technology, AUS)

Dr. Maria Nattestad

(OMGenomics, USA)