Ingrida Olendraitė, PhD

Ingrida Olendraitė, PhD

Ingrida Olendraite is a virology researcher at the University of Cambridge, where she has also gained her PhD in Computational Molecular Virology (prof. Firth group). Her main research focus is novel RNA virus discovery and molecular biology. Before Cambridge, Ingrida studied Genetics of Human Disease at University College London (MSc) and Molecular Biology at Vilnius University (BA). For the BA project, Ingrida worked on RNA methylation (prof. Klimasauskas group, Institute of Biotechnology), while the MSc project was focusing on training artificial neural networks (Deep Learning) to make a model for protein binding to DNA while facilitating gene expression (prof. Luscombe group, The Francis Crick institute). During COVID-19 pandemic, Ingrida was invited to an advisory council for Lithuanian prime minister and initiated the SARS-CoV-2 sequencing project in Lithunia.
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