Dr Julian Tonti-Filippini
Julian completed a PhD of Epigenomics at the University of Western Australia after graduating with first-class honours in genetics. He also holds a BSc in Informatics (UWA) and a BAppSc in Civil Aviation (UniSA).
Prior to joining the CIC, he worked on information systems as the ecoinformatics manager at the Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions; and at both the Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence’s Plant Energy Biology Centre as a research fellow focusing on plastid bioinformatics and at their Computational Systems Biology Centre as a research assistant professor focusing on spatial transcriptomics.
Julian joined the CIC in 2022, as a member of the Curtin Open Knowledge Initiative team to work on analysing and enhancing information flows between institutional and individual participants in the university ecosystem.
His key competencies and research interests include:
- Computational Biology
- Molecular Genetics
- Full-stack Web Development