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Bioinformatics Core

The Bioinformatics Core, led by Prof. Dr. Reinhard Schneider, is responsible for the efficient data flow between the experimental groups and the theoretical and medical oriented groups at the Luxembourg Centre for Systems Biomedicine. Furthermore the group develops new algorithms in various fields to help to understand and interpret the data.

The Bioinformatics Core group at the LCSB

Top row (left to right): Ewa Smula, Wei Gu, Christophe Trefois, Kirsten Roomp, Jacek Lebioda, Noua Toukourou, Sascha Herzinger, Laurent Heirendt, Patrick May, Peter Banda, Valentin Groues

Bottom row (left to right): Pinar Alper, Sarah Peter, Roland Krause, Venkata Satagopam, Reinhard Schneider (Principal Investigator), Marie-Laure Magnani, Anshika Chowdhary, Nikola Maria de Lange, Kavita Rege, David Hoksza, Alvaro Gallego Martinez

Missing: Yohan Jarosz, Maharashi Yvas, Marek Osteszewski, Dietlind Gerloff, Piotr Gawron, Aishwayra Alex Namasivayan, Vasco Verissimo, Regina Becker, Linda Ebermann

About the Bioinformatics Core group

The Bioinformatics Core group has a central role in the LCSB, as it enables the researchers to efficiently manage, analyse and interpret their data. The group ensures the efficient data flow within and between experimental, theoretical-computational and medical-oriented groups. Data is being handled, stored, and categorised. Automatic workflows are provided that apply a range of prediction, filtering and summarisation steps so that it is possible to focus on the relevant aspects of the vast data. This typically requires the close collaboration of computer scientists and biologists covering a broad spectrum of disciplines. Together, time- and cost-efficient analysis pipelines are developed and deployed. The research in the Bioinformatics Core evolves around a better accessibility and interpretation of the ever increasing but often messy data. The group develops algorithms for data mining and visualisation and works on methodologies to more easily improve the FAIRification of data: making data findable, accessible, interoperable and reusable. Due to its developments around data operations and knowledge generation, the Bioinformatics Core serves as an integrator in LCSB, which is reflected e.g. by its important role in the cross-sectional projects of LCSB like NCER-PD and the Parkinson’s Disease map. The core facility group in its function as Luxembourg’s ELIXIR Node provides services also for the other biomedical research stakeholders in Luxembourg and is serving as an international data hub.

 

Head of Team


 
Dr. Reinhard Schneider (LCSB)