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- Sander Group
Current information Administrative Director, Research Center for Molecular Medicine CeMM Research Center for Molecular Medicine
Lazarettgasse 14 AKH BT 25.3 Vienna, Austria E-mail Nationality: AustrianEMBL information Staff Scientist Sander Group EBI - Hinxton From 1993 to 1997 Biography Hide biographyBiography: Univ. Vienna, A
IMP, Vienna, A
Univ. Salzburg, A
EMBL 1993 - 1997 in Group of Chris Sander (Biocomputing)
EMBO fellow and Staff Scientist at EMBL / EBI
Founder and VP at LION Bioscience AG 1997 - 2002
VP Informatics at Cellzome 2002-2005
Oridis biomed, Graz, A 2005-2009
CeMM, Research Center for Molecular Medicine, Vienna, A 2009-
Antoine de DaruvarCurrent information Professor, Université Victor Segalen Bordeaux 2 Centre de Bioinformatique de Bordeaux
146, rue Léo Saignat Bordeaux, France E-mail Nationality: FrenchEMBL information Scientist Sander Group Structural and Computational Biology From 1994 to 1997 Biography Hide biographyBiography: Antoine de Daruvar (French, 39) started his career in the software industry in France. In 1994 he joined the group of Chris Sander at the EMBL in Germany where he participated in bioinformatics research. Three years later he was one of the first employee of LION bioscience where worked during 5 years. Since September 2002, he is a Professor at the University Victor Segalen Bordeaux 2 where he is currently teaching Bioinformatics. He is also the director of the new Centre for Bioinformatics of Bordeaux (http://cbi.labri.fr/). His group focuses on software infrastructures for the integration of functional genomics data and on relationships between evolution and protein interactions.
Wolfgang EberleCurrent information Project Manager/Senior Scientist, IMEC Kapeldreef 75 Leuven, Belgium Nationality: GermanEMBL information Postdoctoral Fellow Sander Group Structural and Computational Biology From 1990 to 1992
Angelo FranchiniCurrent information Research Associate, Imperial College London London, United Kingdom E-mail Nationality: ItalianEMBL information Predoctoral Fellow Sander Group EBI - Hinxton From 1997 to 2000
Sebastian HoerschCurrent information Research Scientist, Koch Institute for Integrative Cancer Research at M.I.T. Bioinformatics and Computing Core
77 Massachusetts Avenue (E18-366) Cambridge, USA E-mail Nationality: GermanEMBL information Predoctoral Fellow Sander Group EBI - Hinxton From 1996 to 1998
Christian ReichCurrent information Vice President of Scientific Research, Genstruct Inc. 1 Alewife Center Cambridge, USA E-mail Nationality: GermanEMBL information Postdoctoral Fellow Sander Group EBI - Hinxton From 1997 to 1998
Current information Director, Computational Biology Center Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
1275 York Avenue, Box 460 New York, USA E-mail Nationality: GermanEMBL information Group Leader and Senior Scientist Sander Group Structural and Computational Biology From 1986 to 1998 Biography Hide biographyBiography: Founding Program Coordinator, Biocomputing Program
Pieter StoutenCurrent information Group Leader, Galapagos NV Generaal De Wittelaan L11 A3 Mechelen, Belgium E-mail Nationality: DutchEMBL information Postdoctoral Fellow Sander Group Structural and Computational Biology From 05.1989 to 02.1993
Current information Group Leader, Spanish National Cancer Research Centre (CNIO) Melchor Fdz Almagro, 3. Madrid, Spain E-mail Nationality: SpanishEMBL information Postdoctoral Fellow Sander Group Structural and Computational Biology From 1988 to 1994 Research interests: - Bioinformatics and Computational Biology, - Genomics , - Protein family evolution, - Evolution of protein structure/function, - Alternative Splicing, - Information extraction from text Biography Hide biographyBiography: Alfonso Valencia is a biologist with formal training in population genetics and biophysics. He obtained his PhD in 1988 at the U. Autónoma Madrid. From 1988 to 1994 he was a postdoctoral scientist in Chris Sander´s laboratory (EMBL). In 1994 he started the Protein Design Group at the National Biotechnology Centre (CNB-CSIC) where he was appointed as Research Professor in 2003. Since April 2006 Dr. Valencia is the Director of the Structural Biology and Biocomputing Programme of the Spanish National Cancer Research Centre (CNIO).
Dr. Valencia is member of EMBO, founder and former VP of the International Society for Computational Biology (ISCB). Founder of the organization behind the European Conference of Computational Biology for which he co-organized the European annual conference in 2005. His group participates in the main European VI Framework Programme Bioinformatics Networks, i.e. BioSapiens, Embrace and Enfin. Alfonso Valencia is co-Executive Editors Bioinformatics, the main journal in the field published by Oxford University Press. At the national level A. Valencia is the Director of the Spanish Institute for Bioinformatics.
Alfonso Valencia published his first paper in Computational Biology in 1986, since them he has published a large collection of papers (H factor 42) and developed computational methods in areas related how proteins adapt and cooperate to perform specific biological function. In the middle 90s his group pioneered the application of Information Extraction and Text Mining technologies in the field of molecular biology. He is one of the organizers of the BioCreative text mining challenge. Together with the development of new methods his group has a long history in collaborating with experimental groups in various biological systems including cell-cycle and ras-related proteins.