Lars Kaderali holds a Ph.D. degree in computer science (Bioinformatics) from the University of Cologne in Germany. He worked at the Los Alamos National Labs as a Bioinformatician and became a Postdoc at the German Cancer Research Center in Heidelberg at the Department of Theoretical Bioinformatics. He subsequently was a Junior Group Leader in Systems Biology at the BioQuant Center of Heidelberg University. Moreover, Kaderali holds the Chair for Statistical Bioinformatics at the Medical School of University of Technology Dresden and is the Vice Director of the Institute for Medical Informatics and Biometry. His group works on the development and application of computational approaches to understand molecular biological systems based on complex experimental data. His areas of expertise include mathematical modeling of biological processes, for example, viral infection, signal transduction, and immune response; statistical and bioinformatics analysis of experimental high-throughput data, including RNAi screening, Deep Sequencing, and others; network reconstruction and machine learning approaches in biology.
Biography Updated on 3 October 2012