Jonas Ibn-Salem (Johannes Gutenberg University / IMB, Mainz)
Computational models of genome-wide chromatin interactions with a focus on gene regulation in evolution, genetic disease, and cancer.
Abhijeet Pataskar (IMB, Mainz)
Computational modelling of gene regulatory events and transcription factor interplay underlying neurogenesis.
Sweta Talyan (Johannes-Gutenberg University / IMB, Mainz)
Computational study of gene expression and regulation by focusing on the pseudogene formation and their evolution mechanism.
Sascha Meiers (EMBL, Heidelberg)
Studying structural variants in the genome with a focus on their consequences on gene regulation and an additional interest in enhancing current methodology for SV characterization.
Kevin Schwahn (Max Planck Institute of Molecular Plant Physiology, Potsdam)
Systems Biology, Metabolic Networks, Modeling of Metabolic Fluxes
Ole Eigenbrod (Max-Delbrück Center for Molecular Medicine, Berlin)
RNAseq, machine learning, phylogenomics, neuroscience.
Raik Otto (Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Berlin)
Focus: Enthusiastic, Data-Analysis of heterogeneous and incomplete biological data.
Franziska Metge (Max Planck Institute for Biology of Ageing, Cologne)
Computational Biology, RNAseq data analysis, focussing on the detection and characterization of circular RNA during aging.
Robert Sehlke (CECAD and Max Planck Institute for Biology of Ageing, Cologne)
Multi-level data integration and network analysis in biological models of ageing.
Philipp Angerer (Helmholtz Zentrum Munich / German Stem Cell Network)
Computational Biology, RNA-Seq, Visualisation, Dimension Reduction.