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Monica Della-Rosa speaks to us about how her DNA curiosity led to working in next generation sequencing.
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Dr Laura-Jayne Gardiner realised how essential a bioinformatics skill set was to keep up with advanced genomics - placing her in great stead to becoming an independent researcher.