Anthony P. Fejes

If you know who I am, you probably know me either because you’ve followed my conference blogging, you’re aware that I was a co-founder and CSO of Zymeworks Inc (a successful Vancouver based biotechnology company) from 2003 to 2006 or have used some of my code for Chip-Seq (FindPeaks).

I’m currently working at Omicia, a startup company in the Bay Area, that helps clinicians and diagnostic labs uncover the genetic causes of diseases.


The content of this blog is in no way a reflection on the views or opinions of my employers or other groups with which I may be affiliated – it is my personal opinion only and should not be construed as anything other than the personal opinions of the author.


  • 2012 – Ph.D., Bioinformatics, University of British Columbia
  • 2004 – Masters of Science, Microbiology and Immunology, University of British Columbia
  • 2001 – Bachelors of Independent Studies, University of Waterloo
  • 2000 – Bachelors of Science, Hon. Co-op Biochemistry, University of Waterloo


My current hobbies include photography, fencing, snowboarding, and cheering on the Vancouver Canucks. I also enjoy collecting and learning to play musical instruments.

Resume & Publications

Resume (Yes, it’s out of date – Last update May 2012, first attempt at a LaTeX based template.)
Publications & Patents via Google Scholar
Post-graduate Theses via UBC Cirlcle


Please email me at my gmail.com address. My user id is apfejes.
Alternately, you can find me at google plus, or follow me on twitter: @apfejes

6 thoughts on “About

  1. Hi Naomi,

    Thanks for the kind comments! I have already been warned about the cake consumption issues – although I have to say it’s the “Danishes” that have me worried, as you just can’t get pastries that good here in Canada. I’ll clearly have to take up more energetic hobbies if I hope to stay reasonably thin.

    Unfortunately, I don’t expect to be at AGBT this year. I haven’t discussed it with the CLC guys yet, but unless it fits in with their plans, I just don’t see it happening.

    As for my sister in law spoiling the surprise, I’m not too upset. I heard she was pretty excited about trying to get a CLC bio t-shirt, and I suspect she already thought all of the CLC bio crew would have known. (=

    And finally, to subscribe to the blog, you can either look for the RSS feed link on the front page, or you can follow me on twitter, as I usually post new blog items there.

    I hope we do get the chance to meet up – undoubtedly at some point we’ll meet at a conference (=

  2. Yes, I am in Denmark now, but there hasn’t been any disruption in my email. On the other hand, I still don’t have internet access outside of work yet, so I’m a bit slow replying to people at the moment. MSN will have to wait till I’m online in the evenings – and yes, Denmark *is* 9 hours ahead of Vancouver, so if you’re expecting me online during Vancouver’s time zone, you might be somewhat disappointed!

    • Seems highly unlikely – Fejes is a relatively common Hungarian last name, and I’m not aware of any Emeric Fejes’ in my family. Of course, if you go back far enough, it’s entirely possible we’re related, but it’s not going to be a close relation by any stretch.

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