MaCSBio Science Day 2019
This year's theme of the MaCSBio Science Day is: Biological data integration: challenges and opportunities.
During this day MaCSBio will present current and future research during this extraordinary day. Moreover, lectures will be given by invited prominent scientists on the latest developments in their respective areas of systems biology research.
Dr. Matthias Heinig
Junior Group Leader Genetic and Epigenetic Gene Regulation
Helmholtz Zentrum München - Institute of Computational Biology
Matthias Heinig conducts research in the field of computational biology. His aim is the development and application of computational and statistical tools for the identification of molecular regulatory networks underlying common diseases and the genetic and epigenetic mechanisms controlling these networks from population level DNA and multi-omics data sets.
Prof.dr.ir. Boudewijn Lelieveldt
Professor of Biomedical Imaging/Head of the Division of Image Processing
TU Delft - Department of Intelligent Systems/Leiden University Medical Center - Department of Radiology
Boudewijn Lelieveldt's research interest is data analytics for spatially resolved –omics data, with applications in clinical imaging and biology.