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Bioinformatician with focus on computational and statistical analysis of sequencing data.

- PhD in Bioinformatics with focus on small non-coding RNAs and high-throughput sequencing 
- 10 years of programming experience (Perl, C, R)
- Experience in statistical and automated analysis of big datasets
- strong scientific publication record

Specialties: next-generation sequencing, transcriptomics, small non-coding RNAs, training, consulting, networking


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Answer: A: RNA-Seq Data Analysis Workshop in Berlin, Germany (9 seats left)
... ![enter image description here][1] [1]: http://www.ecseq.com/workshops/flyer/ecSeq_2017-1_RNA-Seq.pdf ...
written 11 days ago by David Langenberger7.2k
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Comment: C: Example of how bioinformaticians can publish in Scientific Reports (by nature pu
... This point is well taken. I completely agree. But how boring would be a bioinformaticians life without heuristics, statistics and black boxes. :) ...
written 21 days ago by David Langenberger7.2k
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Comment: C: Example of how bioinformaticians can publish in Scientific Reports (by nature pu
... That's a joke, no? :D ...
written 21 days ago by David Langenberger7.2k
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Comment: C: Example of how bioinformaticians can publish in nature using publicly available
... I think that this little, tiny picture at the top of the text, makes it pretty clear, that this publication is in Scientific Reports. But: I will change the title again, to assure that this post is not misleading. :) ...
written 21 days ago by David Langenberger7.2k
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Comment: C: Example of how bioinformaticians can publish in nature using publicly available
... They coincidentally saw this behaviour in lymphoma and then tested it in the other cancer types. ...
written 21 days ago by David Langenberger7.2k
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Comment: C: Example of how bioinformaticians can publish in nature using publicly available
... You don't have to be sorry. I got your point and changed the title. I just don't want to make a mountain out of a molehill. I like discussions, but sometimes it is just not worth it. ;) ...
written 22 days ago by David Langenberger7.2k
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Comment: C: Example of how bioinformaticians can publish in nature using publicly available
... I did not claim that it is any special in this respect. It is just an example. I can delete the post, if you feel better then. I am not in the mood for this discussion, sorry. It is a new year and I do not want to spam anyone. I know the people who wrote it and they were proud of the fact that they ...
written 22 days ago by David Langenberger7.2k
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Comment: C: Example of how bioinformaticians can publish in nature using publicly available
... Well, good point. I changed the title. ...
written 22 days ago by David Langenberger7.2k
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Comment: C: Changes of bivalent chromatin coincide with increased expression of developmenta
... It nicely shows how one can use public available data, that were created to answer completely different questions, for a completely new analysis. And these results can be published in nature. I think that these are good news for bioinformaticians, who pretty often think they can only work with wet-l ...
written 22 days ago by David Langenberger7.2k
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News: Example of how bioinformaticians can publish in Scientific Reports (by nature publishing group) using publicly available NGS data
... **Changes of bivalent chromatin coincide with increased expression of developmental genes in cancer** ------------------------------------------------------------------------ ![enter image description here][1] **Abstract** Bivalent (poised or paused) chromatin comprises activating and repressing ...
publication ngs news written 22 days ago by David Langenberger7.2k • updated 20 days ago by helene50

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