Bioinformatics is advancing at a rapid pace and plays a vital role in the research, as well as development of new targeted medications, personalized healthcare, and delivering better clinical outcomes. In this podcast, Rob Lalonde of Seqera discusses advancements at the intersection of biology and informatics with some of the world’s leading bioinformaticians and data scientists.
Episode 5: Dr. Evan Floden – CEO and Co-founder of Seqera Labs
In this Podcast, Rob Lalonde of Seqera Labs speaks with Dr. Evan Floden, CEO and co-founder of Seqera Labs. Rob and Evan talk about the history of Nextflow, breaking bad, and the future of bioinformatics. Evan also provides a live demo of Nextflow Tower.
Episode 4: Cedric Notredame – The Centre for Genomic Regulation
In this Podcast, Rob Lalonde of Seqera Labs speaks with Cedric Notredame, head of the Notredame Lab at the Centre for Genomic Regulation in Barcelona, Spain. In this far-ranging discussion, Rob and Cedric talk about cloud, pipelines, and trace the evolution of Nextflow from its early days as a research project to its current role in the global COVID effort.
Episode 3: NextRNA Therapeutics – Inside a Bioinformatics Startup
In this Podcast, Rob Lalonde of Seqera Labs speaks with Lorena Pantano, head of Computational Biology at NextRNA, a firm leading the next revolution in RNA-directed therapeutics located in Cambridge, Massachusetts. In this fascinating discussion, Rob and Lorena talk Bioinformatics, life in a startup, and women in technology.
Episode 2: Fulcrum Genomics – methods and software for analyzing next-generation sequencing data
In this Podcast, Rob Lalonde speaks with Nils Homer, founding partner at Fulcrum Genomics. Nils shares his unique perspectives on breaking into the bioinformatics industry, advances in technology and tools, and what to expect in the next three to five years.
Episode 1: Talking open source, bioinformatics and maple syrup with Phil Ewels of SciLifeLab
In this Podcast, Rob Lalonde speaks with Phil Ewels of SciLifeLab Sweden, part of NGI Stockholm. In this fascinating discussion, they cover everything from nf-core to future bioinformatics challenges.