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Michael Milner HoffmanCurrent information Postdoc, University of Washington Department of Genome Sciences Foege Building S220, Box 355065
1705 NE Pacific St Seattle, USA Nationality: AmericanEMBL information Predoctoral Fellow Nucleotides EBI - Hinxton From 10.2003 to 09.2008
Beat RamseierCurrent information Oracle Senior Software Engineer, Roche Diagnostics Erlenring 2 Rotkreuz, Switzerland E-mail Nationality: SwissEMBL information Software Engineer Nucleotides EBI - Hinxton From 01.2007 to 05.2008
Current information Group Leader, Babraham Institute Babraham Research Campus Cambridge, United Kingdom E-mail Nationality: RussianEMBL information Postdoctoral Fellow Nucleotides EBI - Hinxton From 04.2008 to 09.2012 Research interests: regulatory genomics, population genetics, development, bioinformatics Biography Hide biographyBiography: Mikhail graduated from Department of Biology at Moscow State University in 2002 and moved to London to do a PhD with Amanda Fisher and Matthias Merkenschlager at MRC Clinical Sciences Centre (Imperial College). His PhD projects investigated chromatin events underlying cell differentiation, and about half of his work was wet-lab and half computational.
Mikhail then joined EMBL on an Interdisciplinary Fellowship to work with Ewan Birney (EMBL-EBI, near Cambridge) and Eileen Furlong (EMBL Heidelberg) on the regulatory organization of cardiac enhancers. At EMBL, he also contributed to the ENCODE project, studying the population genetics of transcription factor binding sites. In addition, Mikhail has been involved in the establishment of a population genomics resource in medaka fish that will become available in 2014.
In November 2012, Mikhail started a regulatory genomics group at the Babraham Institute as part of the Nuclear Dynamics ISP.