Ralf A Bundschuh

Mentor Faculty
Professor
Department of Physics
Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry
Department of Internal Medicine

 

Research Description:

My research in computational biology evolves around two main subjects. One is high throughput sequence analysis, where we study genome-wide DNA methylation, RNA expression, somatic variations as well as RNA editing, cytoplasmic capping, ribosome profiling and other applications in RNA Biology. Third, I am interested in the thermodynamics and kinetics of RNA secondary structure formation, especially in modeling of single molecule experiments involving optical tweezers and/or nanopores.

Education
  • Ph.D., Polymer Physics, Max-Planck-Institute for colloid and interf. res., 1996

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