The Computational Genomics and Trancriptomics Group is headed by Dr. Olga Tsoy.
The group is a part of the Chair of Computational Systems Biology at the University of Hamburg.
We study mechanisms of disease development based on genomics and transcriptomics data analysis, with emphasis on the role of alternative splicing. In particular, we are interested how alternative splicing rewires interaction networks in a tissue- and condition-specific manner.
We develop tools for alternative splicing-aware data analysis and evaluate existing approaches.
If you are interested in bachelor or master thesis projects, contact me: firstname.lastname@example.org.