Welcome to my website. I finished my PHD in bioinformatics on the 17th of November 2014 and I am currently working as a PostDoc for the Humboldt University in Berlin (HU-Berlin). I did my PHD in Bioinformatics at the Groningen Bioinformatics Centre (GBIC), which is part of the University of Groningen. Also I'm working part-time for the University Medical Centre Groningen (UMCG) at the Genomics Coordination Centre (GCC). Here I showcase what it is that I do for work, and I keep a blog about my work and personal life.
I develop new methodologies and create (open source) software for use in (systems) biology research, like the addition of Multiple QTL Mapping (MQM) into R/qtl . The focus of my PHD thesis is computational methods in quantitative trait locus (QTL) analysis, and the integration of big data sets in a useful / comprehensive manner (e.g. a single plot or visualization). People interested in my work can read more about what I do in the Publications section or on my Blog. Most software can be found on my Github code repository.
This web site is setup to be broader than only focus on what I do for work. I also have some pages dedicated to my passion for software visualization, games, movies and music. You can find some screen shots of my C++ rendering engine or download the old games I used to enjoy playing when I was younger (easy as single rar or zip formatted file). Or perhaps look at photos of my my cat Oscar.
Thanks for visiting,
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