Alexander Pil Henriksen
2200 København N
🧬 My work is centered in drug-gene interactions and the clinical manifestations of these. I work with large-scale registry data and try to understand differences in clinical outcomes through the lens of genetics. Currently, I have been focused on genetic determinants for drug-drug interactions, but I am also interested in adverse drug events and how these may better be predicted and prevented with a better understanding of the underlying biology.
🌳 Additionally, I work on reducing the material- and carbon footprint of scientific research. This means developing software tools for monitoring use of computational resources and trying different methods for making bioinformatic computations more efficient and less resource-intensive.
🔬 I am originally trained in biotechnology with a focus on bioengineering of microbes and microbial communities. However, after being introduced to the exciting opputunities of large-scale bioinformatics I decided to leave the bacterial cultures behind and try my luck in the magical world of computational genetics.