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I got my PhD in Molecular Biophysics and Biochemistry from University College London, UK. I started working in the field of metabolomics in University of Cambridge, overtime moving from lab experimental settings towards data analysis and data handling. In the past, I have worked as scientific investigator at the Medical Research Council, Cambridge UK. In 2012, I joined EMBL-EBI and currently work as the Scientific Coordinator. Professionally, I’m member of the Cambridge Systems Biology Centre, Cambridge Neuroscience and Cambridge Cancer Centre. I’m the main organiser of the “EMBO Practical Course on Metabolomics Bioinformatics for Life Scientists 2012 - 2016" giving me the opportunity to work with group of talented and excellent instructors/tutors in metabolomics that share the same passion for metabolomics data handling. I’m also associate Editor for Frontiers Metabolomics Journal. I have 2 course n metabolomics annually based in Cambridge University and several workshops every year some alreadytook place in Brazil and South Africe