I’m a research group leader at the Chair of Experimental Bioinformatics. My group works on network biology, multi omics integration and machine learning in the context of systems medicine. Previously, I spent some time in Odense, Denmark, as a guest researcher at the Syddansk Universitet. In my graduate studies at the University of Greifswald, I analysed different omics data in the context of common diseases. Before I joined the Interfaculty Institute of Functional Genomics at the University Medicine Greifswald, I studied bioinformatics in Saarbrücken, focussing on network biology. During my studies I spent some time abroad at the University of Iceland. I’ve been awarded a Honor’s Degree in Bioinformatics from the Saarland University and the Max-Planck-Institute for Informatics.
Dr. rer. nat. in Biology / Bioinformatics, 2017
University of Greifswald
MSc Bioinformatics (Honor's Degree), 2011
Saarland University / Max-Planck-Institute for Informatics
BSc Computational Molecular Biology, 2010
Saarland University / Max-Planck-Institute for Informatics
I will start in summer 2019 as a Postdoc at the Chair of Experimental Bioinformatics. I graduated from Lomonosov Moscow State University and did PhD in Kharkevich Institute in Moscow at professor Gelfand lab. There I studied the evolution of transcriptional regulatory networks in bacteria. During my PhD I shortly stayed at Stowers Institute for Medical Research, Kansas-City, where I went on working on regulation of bacterial metabolic pathways. As a research scientist, I worked in Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology, Moscow on 3D chromatin structure analysis.
I am a PhD student in the Chair of Experimental Bioinformatics at TU Munich. I received my Bachelor’s degree in Biomedical Engineering from Amirkabir University of Technology (Tehran, Iran) and my Master’s degree in Bioinformatics from Saarland University (Saarbrücken, Germany). In my master thesis I analyzed disease-specific gene regulatory networks in terms of co-regulatory network motifs. My research interests include multi-omics data and network biology. I am currently involved in REPO-TRIAL, a H2020 funded drug repurposing project.
I’m a PhD student in the Chair of Experimental Bioinformatics in collaboration with the Institute of Pathology, both at TUM. I’ve originally joined Prof. Baumbach’s lab to work on my master’s thesis in bioinformatics, focused to identify pathway-based subnetwork of genes most significantly associated to survival time of cancer patients. Other topics of my interest are machine learning (both supervised and unsupervised), manipulation and analysis of the data from a statistical point of view.
I’m a PhD candidate at the chair of Experimental Bioinformatics at TUM. My project is the study of alternative splicing in heart and kidney using machine learning to analyze multi-omics data. I studied cellular biology, specializing in the mitochondria, during my Master’s at LMU. For my Master’s thesis, I explored splicing within ribosomal protein genes, in the context of the biogenesis of mitochondria.
I’m a PhD student in research unit of Epidemiology, Biostatistics & Biodemography in University of Southern Denmark, and a member of the Computational Biology group since October 2016. Currently, I am involved in data analysis and software development for epigenome-wide association study. I was master student majoring in applied mathematics at SDU, and did my master thesis on GWAS simulation with twin design.
I’m a PhD student at the Chair of Experimental Bioinformatics at TU Munich. I obtained my bachelor’s degree in Molecular Biology and Biotechnology from the University of the Philippines. Then, I studied Life Science Informatics at the University of Bonn in Germany. In my master’s thesis, I used machine learning to identify chromatin features involved in immunity-related transcriptional reprogramming in plants. I am working under the REPO-TRIAL project to apply network analysis and machine learning for drug repurposing.
I’m a master student in Engineering in Computer Science at Sapienza University, Rome. My curriculum is focused on data mining and management, also on a large scale. A bioinformatics course has inspired me to join the Chair of Experimental Bioinformatics for developing my thesis project, dealing with multimodal network-based epistasis detection on a genome-wide scale.
I’m a biology master student from LMU Munich, where I have experiences in working with sequencing data analysis. In my master thesis, I work at the Chair of Experimental Bioinformatics on time course network enrichment analysis on X-irradiated human fibroblast using TiCoNE and machine learning.
I’m a bachelor student in Bioinformatics at TUM and LMU in Munich and recently joined the Chair of Experimental Bioinformatics in Weihenstephan for my bachelor thesis on the harmonisation of GWAS data for machine learning purposes.
I study bioinformatics at TUM and LMU and recently joined the Chair of Experimental Bioinformatics to research the relationship between miRNA expression levels and various phenotype data in the context of my bachelor thesis.
I’m in my third year of studies towards a bachelor’s degree in Bioinformatics at the LMU and Technical University of Munich. Recently, I joined the Chair of Experimental Bioinformatics in Weihenstephan for my bachelor’s thesis on deep learning for radiomics.
I’m a Bioinformatics Bachelor student at the Technical University of Munich and the LMU since October 2016. I joined the Chair of Experimental Bioinformatics as a HiWi to gain more practical experience in bioinformatics. Since April 2019 I am working on my Bachelor thesis about time-series gene expression data analysis of thyrotoxicosis using TiCoNE.
I’ve been studying Bioinformatics at the Technical University of Munich and the LMU since October 2016. Recently, I joined the Chair of Experimental Bioinformatics for my bachelor’s thesis on putative biomarkers for major cardiovascular events in the SWISS-TAVI cohort.
I’m a bioinformatics bachelor student at the Technical University of Munich and the LMU. I joined the Chair of Experimental Bioinformatics for my bachelor’s thesis on the cardiovascular outcome and timing of coronary angiography in high risk groups.
I’m a bachelor student in Bioinformatics at LMU and TUM in Munich. Recently, I joined the Chair of Experimental Bioinformatics in Weihenstephan for my bachelor thesis on the Cytoscape tool NetworkPriotizer. This application was primary developed for Cytoscape 2 and is now adapted to the new version.
I’m an undergraduate student from Edmonton, Alberta! I’m midway through my bachelors studies at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. My main line of work/interests are regarding cultural psychology and psychopathology, with a neuroscience emphasis. I’ll be joining the lab this summer under the PREP program, working on the general architecture of the Diseasome, and using it to examine genetic and physiological mechanisms behind psychological disorders. Other interests include: Sociology, Basketball, Handball, Ethics, Traveling, Literature
I study bioinformatics since Oct‘2018 in Munich with a research interest in human genetics and cancer biology. Before that I received a master’s degree in biology at the LMU Munich. During my studies, I focused on molecular and cell biology and protein biochemistry. I recently joined the Chair of Experimental Bioinformatics as a Hiwi to work on the diseasome project for a better understanding of a disease-gene interactions.