Our goal is an improved understanding of the genetic basis of gene regulation and its implication in diseases. To this end, we employ statistical modeling of 'omic data and work in close collaboration with experimentalists.
On top of our main affiliation at the School of Computation, Information and Technology, we are proud members of the School of Medicine, the Munich Data Science Institute, and the Computational Health Center of Helmholtz Munich.
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Felix Brechtmann et al. OUTRIDER: A statistical method for detecting aberrantly expressed genes in RNA sequencing data, AJHG, (2018)
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Schwalb et al. TT-seq maps the human transient transcriptome. Science (2016)
Eser et al. Determinants of RNA metabolism in the S. pombe genome. Mol Syst Biol (2016)
Bader et al. Negative feedback buffers effects of regulatory variants. Mol Syst Biol (2015)
Gagneur et al. Genotype-environment interactions reveal causal pathways that mediate genetic effects on phenotype. PLoS Genet (2013)