Reut Abramovich

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Reut Sorek Abramovich
Reut Sorek Abramovich

Locality: Sydney Area, Australia
Summary: My professional experience interweaves my software & computer skills and biological understanding of the world around us, directed by my curiosity and intuition. My goals are to work again with Dr. Christopher P. McKay and Prof. Penelope J. Boston and reach Antarctica. :-)
Current: Consultant at BioData ltd. PhD at University of New South Wales
Past: QA Team Leader at Check Point Software Technologies QA Project Manager at Check Point Software Technologies Ltd. QA Engineer at Check Point Software Technologies Ltd.
Education: University of New South Wales Tel Aviv University
Industry: Biotechnology
Skills: Good manager, well organized, Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, able to produce beautiful, delicate and inspiring 3D images of proteins. Software of choice: Chimera UCSF. Spec F. Able to infer phylogeny from genes.
Experience: BioData ltd. (Privately Held; Information Technology and Services industry): Consultant,  (July 2009-Present) 
University of New South Wales (Educational Institution; Higher Education industry): PhD,  (August 2006-Present) My office is situated at the lovely Australian Centre for Astrobiology.

Groups: The Mars Society Australia -, Australia-Israel Chamber of Commerce (AICC)

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Spaceward Bound Australia 2009 - News From the Field

Reut Abramovich Jo Berriman Elaine Bryant Mark Gargano Naomi Mathers Luther Richardson Mike Spilde Jim Thompson Keith Treschman Wednesday 15th July Reut Abramovich

News | The University of Sydney

Stromatolites from Shark Bay, WA, where new chlorophyll was discovered. Photo credit: Reut Abramovich.

Dr. Rosalba Bonaccorsi - Full Expedition Report

David Willson, Reut Abramovich, and Stephen Joyce, assisted with sample preparation and troubleshooting in the lab. To date, 7 out of 12 samples collected were processed at the lab ...