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Nadezda Kryuchkova


 

My research interests are evolutionary and comparative genomics. The aim of my work is to understand how the complex anatomy and developmental processes of animal influence the evolution of protein-coding genes. In particular, I am studying the relation between evolutionary rate and other parameters from gene size to expression levels.

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Since 02.2012:
University of Lausanne (Lausanne, Switzerland)
PhD student in Evolutionary Bioinformatics
Group Marc Robinson-Rechavi

10.2011-12.2011:
Roche Diagnostics (Penzberg, Germany)
Trainee in Bioinformatics

10.2009-09.2011:
RWTH University (Aachen, Germany)
M.Sc. (Master of Science) in Molecular Biotechnology
Thesis (by Roche Diagnostics): Development of an analysis plug-in for a biological network visualization tool.

10.2006-09.2009:
RWTH University (Aachen, Germany)
B.Sc. (Bachelor of Science) in Molecular Biotechnology
Thesis: Influence of quantitative polarizer light microscope technique on the efficiency of automated image classification algorithms at the application example of protein crystallization.

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