On the line this time around is William Duddy, from The Pierre and Marie Curie University, who focuses on making sense of omics data in neuromuscular diseases. With the tragic loss of his brother to Duchenne muscular dystrophy, William is particularly interested in advancing our knowledge about this terrible disease.
Staying closely involved with wet-lab biologists, William discovered the need to associate gene networks to subcellular locations. This led to the development of CellWhere, a tool that structures omic data and is aimed to help anyone that feels lost when viewing a protein-protein interaction network.
Now let’s dive into hear the behind the scenes story of CellWhere and its creator.