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February 14, 2018, 09:17

Joint research projects

  • BIU-Project (Boehringer Ingelheim Ulm University BioCenter): 
    • Project N7: "Diagnostic role and predictive value of cyclic nucleotides in neuropsychiatric co-morbidities of Alzheimer’s disease"
  • Symbol-HF (BMBF, eMed): "Systems Medicine to dissect the Biology of Heart Failure"
  • SFB 1074(DFG): "Experimental Models and Clinical Translation in Leukemia"
    • Project Z1: "Parallel Algorithms for Robust Clustering, Classification, and Visualization"
  • CAM-PaC(European Comission, FP7): "Integrative Analysis of Gene Functions in Cellular and Animal Models of Pancreatic Cancer"
    • WP10: "Data Integration and Modeling"
  • SyStaR(BMBF, GerontoSys 2): "Molecular Systems Biology of Impaired Stem Cell Function and Regeneration during Aging"
    • Research Group Kestler
    • Research Group Senior PI (provisional)
    • Research Group Junior PI (provisional)
  • Genomics Core Facility, Ulm University
    • HAK is coordinator of bioinformatics
  • International Graduate School in Molecular Medicine, Ulm University
    • HAK is member of the PhD Committee
 

Research Training Projects

  

  • Research Training Group 2254: "Heterogeneity and Evolution in Solid Tumours" (HEIST):
    • Project A2: "Systems biology of tumour evolution: Estimating partial orders from omics data"
    • HAK is co-director of HEIST

 

Finished joint research projects


  • NGFN-Plus (BMBF): "Translational Genome Research Network in Pancreatic Cancer"
    • Project TP11B: "Molecular Diagnosis of Pancreatic Cancer"
  • SFB 518 (DFG): "Inflammation, Regeneration and Transformation in the Pancreas"
    • Project C05: "Robust Algorithms for Clustering and Classification of Pancreatic Cells and Tissues"

Latest News

Our paper "Big Data and Precision Medicine - Challenges and Strategies with Health Care Data" has been published in Journal of Data Science and Analytics.

Our paper "Stability of Signaling Pathways during Aging - A Boolean Network Approach" has been published in MDPI Biology.