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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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News: ::FINAL CALL:: NGS Data Analysis for Beginners - 11-13 December 2019 in Munich, Germany (4 seats left)
... Next-Generation Sequencing Data Analysis for Beginners ------------------------------------------------------ **11-13 December 2019 | Munich, Germany** Link: [https://www.ecseq.com/workshops/workshop_2019-08-NGS-Next-Generation-Sequencing-Data-Analysis-A-Practical-Introduction][1] ![enter image d ...
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News: 9th Programming for Evolutionary Biology Course - March 2-18 2020 in Berlin, Germany
... Course on Programming for Evolutionary Biology ---------------------------------------------- **When:** March 2nd - March 18th 2020 **Location:** Berlin, Germany **Application deadline:** October 25th 2019 **Detailed information about the course content and how to apply:** [http://evop.bioin ...
ngs evolution news workshop written 9 weeks ago by David Langenberger9.1k
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News: FINAL CALL - 'Introduction to NGS Data Analysis' course in Munich, October 23 - 25
... Advance your research. Understand NGS and analyze sequenced data yourself. **When?** October 23 - 25, 2019 **Where?** Munich, Germany **Link?** https://www.ecseq.com/workshops/workshop_2019-06-NGS-Next-Generation-Sequencing-Data-Analysis-A-Practical-Introduction **Scope** The purpose of this wor ...
news dna-seq ngs rna-seq workshop written 11 weeks ago by David Langenberger9.1k
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Comment: C: To Cloud or Not to Cloud - Privacy implications of genetic data sharing
... The intention was to discuss it. That’s why I chose the title: To the Cloud or Not to the Cloud Do you have experiences/feelings here? In a lot of research projects, the anonymisation is done by just hiding the names. That seems not to be enough. ...
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Forum: To Cloud or Not to Cloud - Privacy implications of genetic data sharing
... [To Cloud or Not to Cloud - Privacy implications of genetic data sharing][1] -------------------------------------------- Data is the new oil has been the slogan of recent years, explaining the tremendous rise in power and the data hunger of tech companies such as Facebook. Emails, contacts, social ...
forum dna-seq security diagnostics written 4 months ago by David Langenberger9.1k • updated 4 months ago by anneykim0
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News: Final Call - Hands-On RNA-Seq Data Analysis Workshop - only 2 seats left
... RNA-Seq Data Analysis Workshop ------------------------------ Quality Control, Read Mapping, Visualization and Downstream Analyses **In a nutshell** - **Learn** the essential computing skills for NGS bioinformatics - **Understand** NGS analysis algorithms (e.g. read alignment) and data forma ...
news data analysis rna-seq workshop written 4 months ago by David Langenberger9.1k
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Forum: How can unique molecular identifiers (UMIs) help to reduce quantitative biases?
... Maybe you have already heard about UMIs and how they can help to reduce errors and quantitative biases in your Next-Generation Sequencing (NGS) experiment. But do you know how they work and how you should handle them bioinformatically after sequencing? Here we will shortly introduce these newly deve ...
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Answer: A: Problem with QiaSeq panel
... Hi Peter, our genetic testing software 'Seamless NGS' offers an easy-to-use workflow for the analysis of Qiagen's QiaSeq panels. Before mapping the reads, the common sequence and the UMIs are clipped away. After mapping, the UMIs sequences are properly used to correct for PCR clones and the singl ...
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Comment: C: I ask Question and post is deleted?
... @genomax Thanks! I saw it in the post and already answered it. @Peter If you just reply, the post should not be moved to the first page. Only if you add an answer. Perhaps somebody saw you adding your reply as an answer and changed it. That might be the explanation why it disappeared. ...
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Comment: C: 3rd Berlin Summer School in NGS Data Analysis (only 2 seats left)
... Dear Peter, we will show how UMIs work. Regarding the tools: Try e.g. UMI-tools. ...
written 6 months ago by David Langenberger9.1k

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