Our Tectorian of the Week is Thomas Binsl, a recent transplant to Victoria by way of London and, before that, the Netherlands.
Thomas is the quintessential Tectorian: he discovered Victoria, fell in love with the place, and has figured out a way to relocate here to live.
And, like many Tectorians, Thomas has brought with him to Victoria considerable technical skills and insights.
He’s the co-founder of ClinicaGeno and director of ClinicaGeno Analytics, which support diagnostic companies with data analysis, software development and software validation services during the development of diagnostic tests.
It’s all part of helping diagnostic companies accelerate the deployment of their medical diagnostic applications.
Thomas holds a Bioinformatics PhD from the VU University Amsterdam and has extensive experience in the development of data-based solutions, the analysis of biological/medical as well as developing validated software for new medical diagnostic products.
Currently, Thomas is in charge of the planning, development and management of the analysis and IT infrastructure for Microbiome’s bacterial diagnostic product. In addition, Thomas is also responsible for the implementation of the Quality Management System at ClinicaGeno.
Thomas is new in town and is looking to make connections, so be sure to connect with him on LinkedIn.