Expertise

  • Analysis of long-read RNA sequencing data
  • Non-coding RNA annotation
  • Computational gene finding

Researcher biography

Dean Basic is a graduate Computational Biologist who joined the Genome Innovation Hub in 2022 after completing his Masters at the Queensland Brain Institute of the University of Queensland. At the Queensland Brain Institute, he employed Oxford Nanopore long read RNA sequencing to expand the annotation of Mouse pseudogenes and long non-coding RNAs. His interests include all things long-read RNA sequencing, the creation of more accurate biological data annotations and the application of computational approaches for inferring the functional status of novel genetic elements.

Featured projects Duration
Bacterial CRISPRi
Genome Innovation Hub Collaborative Project (UQ infrastructure)
2023
Ribosomal profiling with cellular specificity
Genome Innovation Hub Collaborative Project (UQ infrastructure)
2023
Long read spatial transcriptomics
Genome Innovation Hub Collaborative Project (UQ infrastructure)
2023
High-throughput sequencing of protein variant libraries
Genome Innovation Hub Collaborative Project (UQ infrastructure)
2023
Proximity ligation sequencing of mixed bacterial communities
Genome Innovation Hub Collaborative Project (UQ infrastructure)
2023
Adaptive sequencing for metagenomic sequencing of low biomass samples
Genome Innovation Hub Collaborative Project (UQ infrastructure)
2022
Identification and exploitation of genome landing pads for cattle.
Genome Innovation Hub Collaborative Project (UQ infrastructure)
2022