Irina received her bachelor in bioengineering and bioinformatics at Moscow State University and came to the Netherlands to continue her studies in bioinformatics at Leiden University Medical Centre, where she received her MSc in metagenomics in 2011 and her PhD in transcriptomics in 2015. After a postdoc at the University of Oxford, where she focused on the epigenetic landscape as a possible contributor to the development of arthritis, she came back to the Netherlands and joined the Hyve in 2016 to work on data analysis.
We recently visited Health RI, a conference on research infrastructure, personalized medicine and health care. Organized by BBMRI-NL, ELIXIR-NL, EATRIS-NL, DTL, FHI and FMS, and with The Hyve being one of the sponsors, the conference focused on the[…]
Recently we participated in yet another major scientific conference, ECCB 2016, 15th European Conference on Computational Biology, which is considered the main computational event in 2016. Our sponsorship was very welcome and facilitated the[…]