About me

Hi, I am a computational biologist and work at the intersection between statistical genetics, biology and computer science. I’m the co-creator of the Michigan Imputation Server and developed software for the mitochondrial DNA (haplogrepmtDNA-Server, haplocheck). I’m also co-leading the Askimed project, the next-generation eCRF system designed for medical studies in the cloud. Check out my Google Scholar Profile, follow me on Twitter or have a look at my projects on Github.

Teaching

  • Linux and NGS data analysis for biologists (with Stefan Coassin, see here)
  • Basic Statistics for Diploma Students (lecture + practical part in SPSS)
  • Statistics for Molecular Medicine (Practical part in R/Rcmdr)
  • Biostatistics I (UMIT Hall)

Recent News

  • 2020-09-11: We are back at the #ASHG20 virtual meeting with an invited workshop
  • 2020-05-07: Our first UK Biobank project started (together with Stefan Coassin). Let’s find out what is hidden in the LPA gene.
  • 2020-05-08: Haplocheck Preprint is online
  • 2020-04-22: Happy to announce that we started to new COVID studies using Askimed together with researchers from the Medical University of Innsbruck.