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Alexander Henzing

Knowledge Transfer Manager, Bioinformatics

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Alexander joined KTN in 2014, and manages our bioinformatics network. He holds degrees in Organic Chemistry, Biological Chemistry and Cell Biology. Following post-doctoral research in proteomics of chromosomal passenger proteins, Alexander became director of a mass spectrometry facility. His background also includes work as research manager at the Experimental Cancer Medicine centre – where he facilitated translational cancer research and later stratified medicine while studying part-time for an MBA – and research analysis in health informatics.

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