The Team

Meet the team who designed, developed and continue to update MARDy.

Dr Johanna Rhodes

Faculty of Medicine, School of Public Health, Imperial College London

Early career researcher at the Department of Infectious Disease Epidemiology in Imperial College London. Johanna completed her PhD in Computational Biology at The University of Warwick, but has a background in epidemiology of human diseases. Her research at Imperial focuses on leveraging information from whole genomes to perform population genomic analyses on fungal pathogens, and is particularly interested in the spread of antimicrobial resistance (AMR).
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Dr Anthony Nash

Department of Physiology, Anatomy and Genetics, University of Oxford

A postdoctoral research associate at the University of Oxford, Visiting Researcher at Imperial College London, and Member of the Royal Society of Chemistry, Dr Anthony Nash has a PhD in Computational chemistry with life sciences from the University of Warwick and a background in artificial intelligence and software engineering. His research at Imperial focuses on the protein dynamics behind anti-fungal drug resistance in fungal pathogens. At Oxford, his research comprises of clinical epidemiology over NHS data records, transcriptional analysis of pain models, and cheminformatics of drug structure and docking for the repurposing of medications for the treatment of migraine. He is particularly interested in understanding whether we can make predictions on headache outcome from drug-structure given a structure-transcriptional activity relationship.
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We would like to thank the following, without their help this site would not have been possible.

Prof Matthew Fisher, Alireza Abdolrasouli, Chris De La Force, Rhys Farrer, Thomas Sewell, Jennifer Shelton, Rachel and James Drinkwater, Adam Cadman