Petar Todorov is a computational scientist and research assistant in the Pers Group at the University of Copenhagen’s NNF Center for Basic Metabolic Research. His research interests revolve around integrating deep large-scale omics datasets to drive biological discovery. Petar has previously worked at Harvard Medical School and AstraZeneca where he explored bioinformatics, machine learning, AI, NLP, and data visualization techniques and their applications in the life sciences. Petar first became involved with GapSummit as a Leader of Tomorrow in 2016.
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