Cellular Proteome Research
Pathogenic bacteria and viruses utilize and manipulate cellular processes of our immune system. The identification of protein functions in the human immune system that decisively control the progression of infections constitutes the central aim of the research group Cellular Proteomics at the HZI.
Bioinformatics and Statistics
This project provides support and collaboration in the areas of biostatistics and bioinformatics to the entire HZI.
With respect to proteome data analyses, emphasis is put on robust statistical method that can cope with uncertainty caused by biological variation and noisy measurements. In particular, a strong focus lies on the following research problems:
- Detection of pathogen-/donor-/ or subset-specific proteins
- Biomarker pattern recognition
- Evaluation of time-resolved data.
Prof. Dr. Frank Klawonn
Bachelor & Master
Are you interested in a bachelor or master thesis? We are looking forward to your request!
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