Prof. Dr. Annalisa Marsico - RNA Bioinformatics
- 2003 - Diploma in Physics, University of Bari, Italy.
- 2005 - M.Sc. in Bioinformatics, University of Siena and University of Bari, Italy.
- 2009 - Doctorate in Bioinformatics, TU Dresden, Germany.
- 2009-2010 - Postdoc at TU Dresden, Germany
- 2010-2014 - Postdoctoral research associate at MPI for Molecular Genetics, Berlin, Germany.
- since 2014 - Junior Professor for High-Throughput Genomics at Freie Universität Berlin, Germany
- Developing data mining and machine learning approaches to unravel and explain different aspects of post-transcriptional gene regulation.
- Integration of high-throughput genomic data into coherent models to describe significant aspects of non-coding RNA-mediated regulation
- Development of bioinformatics methods for RNA structure and protein binding site prediction
- AS Musahl et al. (2015)
A long non-coding RNA links calreticulin-mediated immunogenic cell removal to RB1 transcription.
Oncogene, 34 (39): 5046-54
- T Conrad*, A Marsico*, M Gehre, UA Orom (2014)
Microprocessor Activity Controls Differential miRNA Biogenesis in Vivo.
Cell Rep., 9 (2): 542-54
- A Marsico et al. (2013)
PROmiRNA: a new miRNA promoter prediction method uncovers the complex regulation of intronic miRNAs.
Genome Biol., 14 (8): R84
- S Prykhozhij, A Marsico and S Meijsing (2013)
Zebrafish Expression Ontology of Gene Sets (ZEOGS): a tool to analyze enrichment of zebrafish anatomical terms in large gene sets.
Zebrafish, 10 (3): 303-15
- A Marsico et al. (2010)
Structural clustering reveals novel structural and functional motifs in alpha-helical transmembrane proteins.
BMC Bioinformatics, 11: 204
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