Faculty Members and Partners of the IMPRS-CBSC

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The Faculty in Alphabetical Order:

Metabolic and Regulatory Networks, Mathematical and Computational Modelling, Molecular Systems Biology, Constraint-based Methods

Prof. Dr. Alexander Bockmayr

Metabolic and Regulatory Networks, Mathematical and Computational Modelling, Molecular Systems Biology, Constraint-based Methods
Bioinformatics and Mathematics

Prof. Dr. Tim Conrad

Bioinformatics and Mathematics
Mathematical Modelling, Pharmacokinetics, Systems Biology

Prof. Dr. Wilhelm Huisinga

Mathematical Modelling, Pharmacokinetics, Systems Biology
Theoretical Biophysics, Computational Systems Biology, Mathematical Modelling of Cellular Processes

Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. Edda Klipp

Theoretical Biophysics, Computational Systems Biology, Mathematical Modelling of Cellular Processes
Cell growth and differentiation,Regulation of chromatin-mediated nascent RNA polymerase II transcription

Dr. Andreas Mayer

Cell growth and differentiation,
Regulation of chromatin-mediated nascent RNA polymerase II transcription
Algorithmic Bioinformatics, Biological Sequence Analysis, ProteomicsIMPRS-CBSC Speaker

Prof. Dr. Knut Reinert

Algorithmic Bioinformatics, Biological Sequence Analysis, Proteomics

IMPRS-CBSC Speaker
Mathematical Modelling of Gene-Regulatory Networks, Transcriptional Regulation, Epigenetics

Dr. Edda Schulz

Mathematical Modelling of Gene-Regulatory Networks, Transcriptional Regulation, Epigenetics
Mathematical Systems Biology, Discrete and Hybrid Modeling Methods, Modeling under Uncertainty

Prof. Dr. Heike Siebert

Mathematical Systems Biology, Discrete and Hybrid Modeling Methods, Modeling under Uncertainty [more]
Mathematical Methods for Systems Pharmacology, Numerics, Network Clustering, Statistics

Dr. Max von Kleist

Mathematical Methods for Systems Pharmacology, Numerics, Network Clustering, Statistics [more]
Genome Evolution, Population Genetics, Phylogeny Reconstruction, Nucleotide Substitution Models

Dr. Peter Arndt

Genome Evolution, Population Genetics, Phylogeny Reconstruction, Nucleotide Substitution Models
Epigenetics, Histone Modification, Gene regulation

Dr. Ho-Ryun Chung

Epigenetics, Histone Modification, Gene regulation
Gene Expression and Proteomics, Modelling of Biological Processes, Data integration techniques

Dr. Ralf Herwig

Gene Expression and Proteomics, Modelling of Biological Processes, Data integration techniques
Computer simulation of chemical and physical processes in biological macromolecules

Prof. Dr. Petra Imhof

Computer simulation of chemical and physical processes in biological macromolecules
Transcriptional regulation of miRNAS, Small RNAs, Long non-coding RNA mediated regulation

Prof. Dr. Annalisa Marsico

Transcriptional regulation of miRNAS, Small RNAs, Long non-coding RNA mediated regulation
Transition Networks for Biomolecules, Polymerization and Dynamics in Action, Energy Transport in Enzymes, Molecular Simulation

Prof. Dr. Frank Noé

Transition Networks for Biomolecules, Polymerization and Dynamics in Action, Energy Transport in Enzymes, Molecular Simulation [more]
Bioinformatics, Computational Statistics, Robust Algorithms, Genomics and Proteomics from NGS and MS platforms

Dr. Bernhard Y. Renard

Bioinformatics, Computational Statistics, Robust Algorithms, Genomics and Proteomics from NGS and MS platforms [more]
Mathematical and Statistical Modelling, Nonlinear Oscillatory Dynamical Systems, Effective Dynamics of Complex Systems, Nano-Architecture of Polymers

Prof. Dr. Christof Schütte

Mathematical and Statistical Modelling, Nonlinear Oscillatory Dynamical Systems, Effective Dynamics of Complex Systems, Nano-Architecture of Polymers
Biological Sequence Analysis, Transcriptional Regulation, Algorithms and Statistics for Molecular BiologyIMPRS-CBSC Speaker

Prof. Dr. Martin Vingron

Biological Sequence Analysis, Transcriptional Regulation, Algorithms and Statistics for Molecular Biology

IMPRS-CBSC Speaker [more]
Mathematical modeling of cell signaling networks; TGF-beta signaling dynamics

Dr. Zhike Zi

Mathematical modeling of cell signaling networks; TGF-beta signaling dynamics [more]

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CAS-MPG Partner Institute for Computational Biology

The IMPRS for Computational Biology and Scientific Computing is closely cooperating with a parallel IMPRS at the CAS-MPG Partner Institute for Computational Biology (PICB) in Shanghai, China. The PICB was jointly established by the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) and MPG in 2005. It focuses on the interface between theoretical and experimental molecular and cell biology. The PICB and the MPIMG take turns organising the annual Otto Warburg Summer School and PhD students from Shanghai and Berlin have the opportunity to spend a research stay in the other institution.

 
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