Senthil is Business Development Executive for the University of Edinburgh‘s commercialisation arm, Edinburgh Innovations. He is active in the Industry Engagement and Knowledge Exchange and Commercialisation (KEC) activities of the Roslin Institute/ Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies (University of Edinburgh, College of Medicine and Veterinary Medicine). Previously Senthil was a Lead Scientist in the Respiratory Pharmacology team at Charles River’s Discovery Sciences department in Edinburgh. He gained his doctoral degree from the University of Edinburgh, where he specialized in the microbial transcriptomic response to antibiotic treatment in vitro and ex vivo bacteraemia models. He was also a post‑doctoral research fellow at the University of Edinburgh continuing on his PhD research and expanding into the use microfluidic devices for point of care diagnostic tests. Outside the field of microbiology, Gandi is also a passionate photographer who has won several photography competitions and been featured on the BBC website.

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Using a Genome Viewer to Scope your Sequencing Data

Using a Genome Viewer to Scope your Sequencing Data

Now you’ve got great sequencing results, thanks to Nick’s article on improving sequencing results. Now what? Well now you need some software (preferably free) to analyze your data. BioEdit is a good option. But what I have to offer today is a much lighter and equally handy tool. It’s called Artemis and was developed by…