Karel Břinda

Postdoctoral Researcher, Harvard University

About Karel Břinda

My research lies at the intersection of computer science, applied mathematics, biology and epidemiology. I develop methods for rapid prediction of antibiotic resistance from sequencing data and for epidemiological surveillance. My previous work focused on resource-frugal methods for sequence data analysis. Besides computational biology, I also work on methods for automatic generation of tactile maps for blind users.

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Antimicrobials and resistance Applied microbiology Bacteria Biotechnology Clinical microbiology Computational biology Microbial genetics Infectious diseases Molecular biology

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