Hey there, thanks for stopping by my website!
My name is Naser, and I’m currently in the last year of completing my Ph.D. in soil virology at the University of Sherbrooke and Agriculture and Agri Food Canada. One of my main interests lies in Python programming, and I’m constantly exploring ways to leverage its power in setting up bioinformatics projects. I find joy in working with complex biological data and using computational tools to extract meaningful insights from it.
On this website, you’ll find a collection of my thoughts and experiences in the fields of bio/virology, bioinformatics, and software development. I’m not only a researcher but also an occasional blogger, so you’ll come across some of my musings on life, work, and everything in between.
When I’m not immersed in the captivating worlds of biology or coding, I often find myself diving into books that unravel the intricacies of the human mind, the secrets of molecular and biological evolution, or exploring interesting TED talk videos. And when I need to unwind, I enjoy indulging in timeless classic movies. Exploring the fusion of technology and biology isn’t just a career path for me; it’s a personal passion that sparks my curiosity and drives me onward.
I hope you enjoy browsing my website and learning a little bit more about me. Don’t hesitate to drop me a line if you have any questions or just want to say hi!