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Hansjoerg E.J.W. Kolder, MD Professor in Best Disease ResearchAssociate Professor of Ophthalmology and Visual SciencesAssociate Professor of
Primary Office: 5015 SCIowa City, IA 52242
BS, Electrical Engineering, University of IowaMS, Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of IowaPhD, Genetics, University of Iowa
Biosciences Graduate ProgramInterdisciplinary Graduate Program in GeneticsInterdisciplinary Graduate Program in InformaticsInterdisciplinary Graduate Program in Neuroscience
I am a trained bioinformaticist and geneticist. A major focus of my lab is the utilization and analysis of next-generation sequencing technology. We have identified two novel disease-causing genes to date, and are currently pursing validation in several additional families.
I have a broad background in bioinformatics, with specific training and expertise in genetics and genomics. My PhD research focused on the large-scale gene discovery and mapping project in rat. Since then, my research projects have focused on genome-scale analysis of sequences and expression data
Center for Bioinformatics and Computational BiologyHolden Comprehensive Cancer CenterIowa Initiative in Human GeneticsIowa Institute for Biomedical ImagingJohn and Marcia Carver Nonprofit Genetic Testing LaboratoryStephen A. Wynn Institute for Vision Research
Somatic mutagenesis with a Sleeping Beauty transposon system leads to solid tumor formation in zebrafish.
2011 April 21. 6(4):e18826.
Microarray mRNA expression profiling to study cystic fibrosis.
Methods Mol Biol.
Novel molecular and computational methods improve the accuracy of insertion site analysis in Sleeping Beauty-induced tumors.
Differential effects of cytokines and corticosteroids on toll-like receptor 2 expression and activity in human airway epithelia.
2009 October 16. 10:96.
First exons and introns--a survey of GC content and gene structure in the human genome.
In Silico Biol.
Date Last Modified: 08/04/2015 -
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