Postdoc (plant data)
Node Staff

My current role at Earlham Institute involves responsibilities such as collecting requirements to establish a standardised API into the Brassica Information Portal working in collaboration with the ELIXIR community, the development of new BioJS components to allow the genotype-phenotype analysis for crop plants based on the widest public datasets, general improvements to the BioJS registry and tools.

I have also been involved in an ongoing internship with the GOBLET community developing and improving their platform to share knowledge, courses, learning materials and others among bioinformaticians. As a Computer Science Engineer, I have worked for seven years with different major private technological companies (Telefónica I+D, INECO) using a large variety of client and server technologies like Grails, Java, Javascript, and Oracle.

Carlos Horro