Works at MDC as of March 2014 as the group leader for the bioinformatics platform. He has experience in computational epigenomics, cancer genomics and regulatory genomics. He is generally interested in large-scale data-sets in biology and machine-learning applications.
E-mail: altuna.akalin [at] mdc-berlin [dot] de
Vedran supports research projects for the platform. He has extensive experience in next-generation sequencing analysis: RNA-seq, ChIP-seq, smallRNA-seq and whole genome sequencing.
E-mail: vedran.franke [at] mdc-berlin [dot] de
Dan provides technical (IT) support for BIMSB users, maintenance for BIMSB servers and scientific software installation on cluster nodes. He is also involved in cluster maintenance tasks.
E-mail: dan.munteanu [at] mdc-berlin [dot] de
Bren specializes in chromatin structure and organization using thermodynamic and statistical-mechanics-based modelling. Previous publications have focused on granular media and nucleosome positioning; current projects focus on deconvolution algorithms for cell-mixtures using general bio-marker algorithms.
[Adsorption-Desorption Kinetics of Soft Particles], Physical Review Letters, 115, 088301 (2015)
[Replication-Guided Nucleosome Packing and Nucleosome Breathing Expedite the Formation of Dense Arrays], Nucleic Acids Research, Oxford Journals, 42, 13633 (2014)
[Toward a Unified Physical Model of Nucleosome Patterns Flanking Transcription Start Sites], Proceedings of the National Acadamy of Sciences, 110, 5719 (2013)
E-mail: Brendan.Osberg [at] mdc-berlin [dot] de
Bora has started working at MDC on 1st of August, 2015 as a bioinformatics scientist. He has had a balanced trainining of biological and computational sciences. He is interested in doing large-scale data analysis to understand the molecular biology of diseases. At MDC, he will develop tools and annotation pipelines related to RNA bioinformatics and NGS data analysis, which will be integrated with the Galaxy instance of the Berlin Institute of Medical Systems Biology.
E-mail: bora.uyar [at] mdc-berlin [dot] de
Ricardo provides IT support for BIMSB scientists. He has extensive experience in GNU/Linux system administration (RHCE) and programming.
Since 2014 Ricardo works on GNU Guix, a functional package manager, which allows us to build scientific software reproducibly and manage complex software environments. Ricardo is an Emacs, Scheme, and Free Software enthusiast.
E-mail: ricardo.wurmus [at] mdc-berlin [dot] de
Dilmurat has started working at MDC on 1st of September, 2015 as a bioinformatics scientist. He has had a extensive training in RNA bioinformatics. After obtaining PhD degree in University of Vienna, he has worked in various European countries where he mainly focused on developing methods for analyzing transcriptomic data. At MDC, he will develop tools and annotation pipelines related to RNA bioinformatics and NGS data analysis, which will be integrated with the Galaxy instance of the Berlin Institute of Medical Systems Biology.
E-mail: dilmurat.yusuf [at] gmail [dot] com
Alexander will join with Baris Tursun (Tursun Research Group at MDC) during his PhD to analyse and model gene-regulation in c.elegans and other model organisms.
E-mail: Alexander.Gosdschan [at] mdc-berlin [dot] de
E-mail: inga.patarcic [at] mdc-berlin [dot] de
E-mail: yablee [at] gmail [dot] com
After completing a 6-month internship, Katarzyna has started working at MDC on 1st of October, 2015 as a PhD student. Her project is dealing with assessing prognostic and diagnostic features of high-dimensional genomics data for neuroblastoma.
E-mail: katarzyna.wreczycka [at] mdc-berlin [dot] de
E-mail: sabrina.deter [at] mdc-berlin [dot] de
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