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Klaus Heese (PhD)

Professor


Phone : +82 2 2220 0398 ; Office: FTC 12th floor , Room No 1209-15

Prof. Heese received a MSc in Chemistry (Germany) and a PhD in Biochemistry (Switzerland). Prof. Heese has been a member of Hanyang University since Sept. 2012. His research fields are Molecular, Cellular and Systems Biology.

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Arne Kutzner (PhD)

Associate Professor


Phone +82 2 2220 2397 ; Office: ITBT 7th floor , Room No 714

Prof. Kutzner received a PhD in Computer Science. He has been Professor at Hanyang University since 2009. His research fields are algorithms and computational genomics.

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David Phillip Wagner (PhD)

Associate Professor


Phone +82 2 2220 2324

Prof. Wagner received a PhD in Computer Science. He has been Professor at Hanyang University since 2014. His primary research is into Algorithms and their Complexity. The focus of his research activities is now on computational genomics.

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Kim Yoon-Ji

Assistant (Prof. Heese)


Miss Kim has been working as technical assistant of Prof. Heese since spring term 2017.

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Kwang-Il Choi

Assistant (Prof. Kutzner)


Mr. Choi has been working as assistant for Prof. Kutzner since spring term 2015.

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Irina Pundaleva

PhD Student


Taxonomy driven gene predictions across the taxonomy tree.

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Ho Thi Thanh Nguyen

MSc-PhD student


Characterization of tumorigenic FAM72 (p17) using molecular, cellular and bio-computational tools.

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Poondla Naresh

PhD student


Prediction of functional significance of a gene based on its specific taxonomic pattern.

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Chinmay Satish Rahane

PhD student


Characterization of tumorigenic FAM72 (p17) using molecular, cellular and bio-computational tools.

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Markus Schmidt

MSc-PhD Student


Mr. Schmidt started working as research student in spring 2015. His research interests are within the topics of cluster analysis and computational gene analysis.   He is currently working on: Development of an application for gene analysis and gene prediction