We are a company that specialises in platform as a service, bioinformatics pipeline development, insights generation, machine learning R&D, statistical models and visualisations for a wide range of local and international clients.
Other work we do involves leveraging our team’s analytics capabilities, whether it’s data processing, building a snappy dashboard or using state of the art machine learning and AI techniques — we love it all. People we’ve worked for or continue to develop for include White Box Analytics, smrtr, Allwright Analytics and RXP.
We make data speak your language. Since your main customers are in your data, we use the best tools so you can get the best out of your data.
Pacific Analytics built the CP commons platform prototype (https://icpgc.org/) with the goal of advancing a common infrastructure of genomics and clinical data, and harmonising approaches to enable effective and responsible sharing of genomics and health-related data. As well as production bioinformatics frameworks for multiple NFPs and commercial entities. We are currently collaborating with the Black Ochre Data Labs the Indigenous Genomics Group at the Telethon Kids Institute, Australia, to develop a secure data platform for the MORPHEUS project, enhancing the GA4GH DRS API standard for user-specific encrypted data access. This initiative aims to ensure compatibility across GA4GH community implementations.
We assisted GenieUS with their bioinformatics software development and analysis which in turn facilitates the flexibility and speed that was required.
The Pacific Analytics bioinformatics production and pipelines have been acquired by GenieUs in 2020. We look forward to building the best integrated genomics platform in the world with this new deal."
Boris attained a PhD in Nucleic Acid Research & Medicinal Chemistry from the ETH Zurich and worked in the field of Immunology at the Max Planck Institute for Molecular Biomedicine, Germany. Alongside being the founder of Pacific Analytics, he currently holds a Senior Lecturer position in the field of Medicine at the University of Sydney and heads the Bioinformatics of the ForeFront Research Centre.
James is a software engineer with a focus on infrastructure. He has more than 10 years experience in various roles across technology from security to IT to web development and working with startups. James assists the Pacific Analytics team with infrastructure development and software automation.
Laura started her career as a Bioinformatician working at the Garvan Institute of Medical Research. She then added statistical knowledge at Macquarie University where she managed a huge collaborative project on biomarkers discovery for ALS disease. Fun fact: her video gaming skills are as impressive as her career.
Lina is a senior project and release manager with experience in managing global projects of 100+ people. As the Project Manager for Pacific Analytics she now ensures the team is running in scope and on schedule. Fun fact: Lina has a keen interest in hipster beer which led to her first job in finance.
Zac graduated with First Class Honours in a Bachelor of Science majoring in Genetics and Molecular Biology. He has spent the last two and a half years before coming to Pacific Analytics as a Data Scientist in a health consultancy working on projects to positively impact the Australian health system. Fun fact: Zac currently does not believe in fun facts.
Geeta consults in the space of innovation strategy, customer centricity, product delivery and their interdependencies with speed to market. Currently the Solutions Analyst, Geeta ensures Pacific Analytics is always running smoothly.
Lindsey has 10 years of experience in software delivery across a range of industries, playing the roles of developer, business analyst and scrum master. He helps bring the visual side of our solutions to life by developing user interfaces and interactions to delight our customers. Fun fact: Lindsey can often be found out in the waves, surfing anything from a chunky 9'3 longboard to a hand-board.
Scott is a molecular biologist, geneticist, and bioinformatician. He is currently completing a PhD utilising next generation sequencing technology to understand the landscape of genes expressed in the skeleton, and how this transcriptome changes in skeletal disease. Scott directs the scientific scope and visions for the Pacific Analytics team. Fun fact: Scott is a keen swimmer and surfer.