Ashley Waardenberg is a Research Fellow in Bioinformatics at the Australian Institute of Tropical Health and Medicine (AITHM). He is also a Theme Leader (Health and Disease in the Tropics) at the Centre for Tropical Bioinformatics and Molecular Biology, James Cook University, and co-founder of the Australian Bioinformatics and Computational Biology Society (ABACBS).

Ashley completed his PhD in Systems Biology (2012), jointly between CSIRO (Livestock Genomics) and Griffith University (Eskitis Institute), QLD, Australia and has held research positions at the Victor Chang Cardiac Research Institute (Sydney), Children’s Medical Research Institute (Sydney) and European Molecular Biology Laboratory (Germany).

His research interests are focused around using novel technologies and methods for understanding mechanisms of disease, with the view to identifying suitable diagnostic and/or treatment approaches.

  • Utilising and developing bioinformatics and statistical approaches (including machine learning) to elucidate mechanisms of disease.
  • Transcriptomics, Proteomics, Genomics
  • 2017 to 2018 - Research Fellow, European Molecular Biology Laboratory (Germany)
  • 2015 to 2017 - Conjoint Lecturer, University of Sydney (Sydney, Australia)
  • 2015 to 2017 - Research Fellow, Children's Medical Research Insitute (Sydney, Australia)
  • 2012 to 2015 - Research Fellow, Victor Chang Cardiac Research Insitute (Sydney, Australia)
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  • 2010 - CSIRO Chairman's Medal

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  • Molecular profiling of immunity to infectious diseases using human challenge models (PhD , Secondary Advisor)

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