Keith Jolley

About me
I studied biochemistry at the University of Bath, graduating in 1993 and stayed on to complete a PhD studying halophilic proteins from Archaea. In
1996, I undertook a postdoctoral position at the University of Southampton working on meningococcal surface proteins involved in eliciting immune
responses. Continuing this interest in meningococcal biology, I moved to the Maiden Group in Oxford in 1998, where I worked on the genetic characterization of bacterial carrier populations.

I now work mainly on software development and database design, including development of the PubMLST website and the underlying genomics platform, BIGSdb.

Research interests

  • Applied bioinformatics in microbiology and public health
  • Bacterial epidemiology and molecular typing

Contact
email keith.jolley@zoo.ox.ac.uk
Twitter keithajolley
linkedin http://uk.linkedin.com/in/keithajolley/
github https://github.com/kjolley


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Publications
PubMed
Google Scholar
ORCID