• 2005-2006: Student Coworker at the Max Planck Institute for Molecular Genetics, Berlin (Germany)
  • 2006: B.Sc. in Bioinformatics at Free University Berlin (Germany)
  • 2006-2012: PhD studies at the IMPRS-CBSC supervised by Prof. Dr. Edda Klipp


Scientific Interests

  • Combination and automated annotation of SBML models
  • Dimension reduction in differential equation models
  • Stochastic, combinatorial modeling

Publications from time as IMPRS fellow

  • F Krause et al. (2013)
    biographer: web based editing and rendering of SBGN compliant biochemical networks.
    Bioinformatics, 29 (11): 1467-8
  • M Schulz, E Klipp, W Liebermeister (2012)
    Propagating semantic information in biochemical network models.
    Bioinformatics, 13 (1): 18
  • Book chapter
    M Schulz and E Klipp (2010)
    Introduction to systems biology
    in Systems Biology in Psychiatric Research: From High-Throughput Data to
    Mathematical Modeling
    (eds F Tretter, PJ Gebicke-Haerter, ER Mendoza, G Winterer)
    Wiley-VCH Verlag, Weinheim, Germany
  • Book chapter
    F Krause, M Schulz, N Swainston, W Liebermeister (2011)
    Sustainable model building: the role of standards and biological semantics.
    Methods in Enzymology, 500 (Chapter 19): 371-95
  • M Schulz, F Krause, N Le Novère, E Klipp, W Liebermeister (2011)
    Retrieval, alignment, and clustering of computational models based on semantic annotations.
    Mol Syst Biol., 7: 512
  • T Lubitz, M Schulz, E Klipp, W Liebermeister (2010)
    Parameter balancing in kinetic models of cell metabolism.
    J Phys Chem B., 114 (49):16298-303
  • F Krause, J Uhlendorf, T Lubitz, M Schulz, E Klipp, W Liebermeister (2010)
    Annotation and merging of SBML models with semanticSMBL.
    Bioinformatics, 26 (3): 421-2
  • M Schulz, BM Bakker, E Klipp (2009)
    TIde: a software for the systematic scanning of drug targets in kinetic network models.
    BMC Bioinformatics, 10: 344
  • M Schulz, J Uhlendorf, E Klipp, W Liebermeister (2006)
    SBMLmerge, a System for Combining Biochemical Network Models.
    Genome Informatics, 17 (1): 62-71
  • Dimension Reduction of Biochemical Network Models: Implementation and Comparison of Different Algorithms
    B.Sc. thesis at the Free University Berlin, 2006
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