Tag: gene regulatory network analysis

  • Andreas Wagner's group

    What we do In the Evolutionary Systems Biology Group, we study the evolution and evolvability of biological systems at all levels of biological organization, from genes and genomes to biological networks and whole organisms. We develop...

  • Christian Mazza's group

    What we do Mathematical modelling is becoming more and more instrumental in life sciences; the data complexity and the high number of interacting components, from molecules to animals, render intuitive reasoning very difficult. The idea consists...

  • Dagmar Iber's group

    What we do The Computational Biology Group (CoBi) develops computational models of developmental processes. We place a particular focus on mechanistic 4D image-based in silico models of organogenesis (mouse lung, kidney, pancreas, limb, brain,...

  • Erik van Nimwegen's group

    What we do Our main research interest in the Genome Systems Biology (GSB) Group is the study of genome-wide regulatory systems, in order to reconstruct them from high-throughput molecular data, understand and model how they have evolved, and...

  • Joshua Payne's group

    What we do We are interested in understanding the design constraints, robustness, and evolution of gene regulatory systems, particularly at the level of transcription, using both modeling and data-driven approaches. Members [groupe...

  • Michael Stadler's group

    What we do Our group is located at the Friedrich Miescher Institute in Basel. We study gene regulation through the analysis and modelling of genome-wide datasets. We collaborate closely with experimental researchers on various biological topics,...

  • Mihaela Zavolan's group

    What we do Individual cells of a body exhibit a stunning diversity of phenotypes, despite carrying a largely identical genetic makeup. This is due to the distinct ways in which the same genetic information can be read, interpreted and translated...

  • Sven Bergmann's group

    What we do In the Computational Biology Group, we develop concepts and algorithmic tools for the analysis of large-scale biological and clinical data. We participate in many genome-wide association studies (GWAS) for human traits and have a...

  • Zoltán Kutalik's group

    What we do In the Statistical Genetics Group, we are interested in the development of statistical methodologies in order to decipher the genetic architecture of complex human traits related to obesity. To do this, we efficiently combine...