Kenton D’Mellow is a Senior Research Fellow at the MRC Human Genetics Unit, working in Albert Tenesa’s Quantitative Genetics group. Originally trained in Physics and Astronomy, Kenton subsequently moved into HPC/scientific computing, applied across a number of disciplines. He’s interested in developing and using computational methods to analyse population-scale genomic and related data, to more clearly separate the genetic causes of biological traits from environmental factors and biases present in the sample data.