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A molecular biologist by [[Kanitz:Education | training]], I have developed a strong interest in bioinformatics and lab automation. I have conducted [[Kanitz:Research | research]] in various areas of the life sciences, particularly in the study of post-transcriptional gene regulation and regulatory networks.
 
A molecular biologist by [[Kanitz:Education | training]], I have developed a strong interest in bioinformatics and lab automation. I have conducted [[Kanitz:Research | research]] in various areas of the life sciences, particularly in the study of post-transcriptional gene regulation and regulatory networks.
 
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Currently, '''I am looking for a post-doc position''' that allows me to apply and further develop my bioinformatics skills, ideally for the description of gene regulatory networks or the development of lab automation software/services.
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Currently, I am a post-doctoral fellow in the group of Prof. Mihaela Zavolan at the Biozentrum of the University of Basel, where I study RNA biology with computational means.
  
  

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A molecular biologist by training, I have developed a strong interest in bioinformatics and lab automation. I have conducted research in various areas of the life sciences, particularly in the study of post-transcriptional gene regulation and regulatory networks.

Currently, I am a post-doctoral fellow in the group of Prof. Mihaela Zavolan at the Biozentrum of the University of Basel, where I study RNA biology with computational means.


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