Welcome to IFM Bioinformatics
Life sciences have undergone an immense transformation during the recent years, where advances in genomics,
proteomics and other high-throughput techniques produce floods of raw data. Bioinformatics provides the tools to
analyse, interpret and make predictions using these massive amounts of biological data.
The research at the Bioinformatics Division is focused on protein bioinformatics,
including protein structure prediction, protein interactions and complex formation and protein dynamics.
The methodology includes advanced sequence comparisons, machine-learning techniques, and molecular modelling.
We also develop tools that integrate experimental data with computational modelling.
Björn Wallner, associate professor (Publication list)
IFM room 2B:580, tel. +46 13 282 983, E-mail: bjornw [at] ifm [dot] liu [dot] se
Robert Pilstål, Ph.D. student
IFM room 2B:590, tel. +46 13 282 965, E-mail: ropil [at] ifm [dot] liu [dot] se)
Claudio Mirabello, Ph. D., PostDoc
IFM room 2B:586, tel. +46 13 282 423, E-mail: email@example.com
Sankar Basu, Ph. D., PostDoc
IFM room 2B:578, tel. +46 13 282 423, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Malin Larsson, Ph. D., BILS support
IFM room 2B:586, tel. +46 13 281 994, E-mail: malla [at] ifm [dot] liu [dot] se
- Denny Petersson, Master's Student
- Dan Lee Vasquez Garcia, Master's Student
- Martin Hyvönen, Master's Student
Lejla Kronbäck, administration
IFM room F312, tel. +46 13 282 470, E-mail: lejvr [at] ifm [dot] liu [dot] se