James Perkins is a postdoctoral bioinformatics and computational biology researcher at the University of Malaga-IBIMA and the Spanish Rare Disease Biomedical Research Network (CIBERER). His research interests include omics-analysis, target prioritization, functional annotation, systems biology and disease-phenotype analysis, with a focus on rare disease.
I am a PhD student in the lab of Stefan Jakobs at the MPI for Biophysical Chemistry in Göttingen, Germany. My interests include the crosstalk between mitochondrial function and ultrastructure, microscopy and, generally, the spatial organisation of the cell, especially of membranes. Additionally, I am a founding member and spokesperson of the Göttingen local group of the junior-GBM.