Tag: single-cell biology

  • Bart Deplancke's group

    What we do In the Laboratory of Systems Biology and Genetics (LSBG), we use high-throughput sequencing, single cell genomics, microfluidics, and computational approaches to decipher the regulatory code in Drosophila and mammals with a specific...

  • Cells are able to detect more shades of information than previously thought

    Hacking a cell’s communication system is a common feat of information diseases, such as cancer. Understanding how information is conveyed at the molecular level is therefore crucial. So far, one of the most common cell receptors was thought to...

  • 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,...

  • David Gfeller's group

    What we do In the Computational Cancer Biology Group, our aim is to study the interactions between cancer and immune cells. To this end, we develop machine learning algorithms to analyse large-scale genomics and proteomics data. In particular, we...

  • 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...

  • Félix Naef's group

    What we do Systems biology is aimed at a quantitative and dynamic understanding of cellular networks by combining experimental data with theoretical and computational methodologies. Our interest lies in the regulatory and cellular networks...

  • Hubert Rehrauer's group

    What we do We are dedicated to the processing, analysis and interpretation of Next-Generation Sequencing data. We interact closely with research groups, and provide tailored comprehensive bioinformatics solutions. Additionally, we provide standard...

  • Manfred Claassen's group

    What we do Our research in the Computational Single Cell Biology Group aims to elucidate the composition of heterogeneous cell populations and how these implement function in the context of cancer and immune biology. To accomplish this task, we...

  • Mark Robinson's group

    What we do In the Statistical Bioinformatics Group, we develop robust data analysis solutions, including new or improved methods, for the analysis of genome-scale data. We develop statistical methods for interpreting data from high-throughput...

  • Mauro Delorenzi & Frédéric Schütz's group

    What we do In the Bioinformatics Core Facility (BCF), we promote trans-disciplinary collaborations between research teams in medicine, molecular biology, genetics, genomics, statistics, and bioinformatics. In particular, we carry out analyses of...

  • 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...

  • Niko Beerenwinkel's group

    What we do The Computational Biology Group is involved in research and teaching in the areas of computational biology, biostatistics, and systems biology. Our activities include the development of mathematical and statistical models, their...

  • Rémy Bruggmann's group

    What we do In the Interfaculty Bioinformatics Unit of the University of Bern (IBU), we provide services and expertise to assist researchers in the three "Life-Science" Faculties (i.e. Sciences, Medicine, and VetSuisse) in data analysis and project...

  • Robert Ivanek's group

    What we do Our group is located in the Department of Biomedicine (DBM) at the University of Basel. We collaborate with scientists from DBM on projects covering a broad spectrum of research topics, from cellular differentiation and evolutionary...

  • SIB Days 2018: Swiss Bioinformatics connected

    Hundreds of SIB Members from across Switzerland came to Biel/Bienne on 26 June to attend the SIB Days – our 2-day internal conference and a unique opportunity for the bioinformatics community to connect.

  • Tanja Stadler's group

    What we do In the Computational Evolution Group, we develop phylogenetic tools in order to understand evolutionary processes. Using our phylogenetic methods, we aim to improve our understanding of past evolutionary and population dynamic processes...