High-throughput Genomics and Systems Biology

Vision and Research Strategy

Our group develops computational systems biology models and algorithms that further the understanding of transcriptional and post-transcriptional regulation using different genomics data. We have ongoing projects to investigate regulatory networks to  predict new disease gene candidates and to elucidate novel functions of gene products and RNAs in different human diseases, for example lung diseases and malaria.

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Composition of Group

Our group was founded in June 2013 in the Cluster of Excellence and is currently located at the Max Planck Institute for Informatics. We have openings for Phd student and Hiwis. Please send an email with your CV to mschulz {AT} mmci.uni-saarland.de if you're interested.

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Dr. Marcel Schulz

Dr. Marcel Schulz

Marcel Schulz has been head of the Independent Research Group for High-throughput Genomics and Systems Biology starting June 2013. 

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