Mark Robinson has been an Associate Professor since 2017 after joining Department of Molecular Life Sciences of the University of Zurich (UZH) in 2011. He studied Applied Mathematics (BSc, Uni. Guelph) and Statistics (MSc, Uni. British Columbia), and did a PhD in statistical bioinformatics at the University of Melbourne. He has predoctoral experience at the Banting and Best Department of Medical Research (Uni. Toronto) and postdoctoral experience in Cancer Epigenomics at the Garvan Institute in Sydney. The Robinson group at UZH develops statistical methods for interpreting high-throughput sequencing and other genomics technologies in the context of genome sequencing, gene expression and regulation and analysis of epigenomes, with a current focus on the analysis of single-cell datasets.