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Part of Bia’s PhD project was the analysis of HAR1 evolution. HAR1 is the fastest evolving sequence in the human genome and is part of two overlapping long non-coding RNAs. Bia’s paper “Temporal ordering of substitutions in RNA evolution: Uncovering … Continue reading
Marko, a highly talented student from Belgrade, Serbia is joining our group for an internship. He is interested in the molecular causes of psychiatric disorders. During his half a year internship he will explore the evolution of long non-coding RNAs … Continue reading
Our paper “A composite network of conserved and tissue specific gene interactions reveals possible genetic interactions in glioma” was published in PLoS Computational Biology. This was a collaborative work with the group of Eivind Almaas in Trondheim, Norway, lead by … Continue reading
The third PEB conference took place in Bialowieza, Poland, in the Fall 2017. After PEB at CIBIO in Porto and in Belgrade, Serbia, this was another very successful and fun conference. We heard many interesting talks and enjoined well-prepared bioinformatics … Continue reading
I accepted the position in the Spring 2017 and am now professor at the Freie Universität Berlin since 1st of July 2017. After being professor for Bioinformatics at the University of Hohenheim for about 1.5 years, I am now starting my … Continue reading
One last time in Leipzig: Our programming course will take place in March next year. You can still apply for it until the end of this year. More information about the course are here: http://evop.bioinf.uni-leipzig.de.
Late but not forgotten: Alvaro defended his PhD this August. Congratulations to an excellent thesis and defense!
The next Programming for Evolutionary Biology (PEB) Conference will take place in Belgrade, from September 7th-12th. The website is already online and you can already register for it: http://pebconference.info/ This conference was initiated by students of our third Programming for Evolutionary Biology course, … Continue reading
With this work we aimed at obtaining more insights into the gene regulatory networks of the human prefrontal cortex, which is important for cognitive abilities. Analyzing multiple independent genome-wide expression datasets from healthy individuals we realized that the transcription factor … Continue reading
Stefano, you made it! Congratulations, Dr. Berto!