Przemek graduated from the Warsaw University of Technology with a MSc degree in Computer Science. Currently he is a PhD student at the joint biostatistics and medical biology program of Medical University of Bialystok (Poland) and Hasselt University (Belgium).
Michał Własnowolski holds a MSc in Bioinformatics which he obtained at the University of Warsaw. Currently he is pursuing his academic career as a PhD student at the Faculty of Mathematics and Information Science of the Warsaw University of Technology with speciality "Data Science". His interests are focused on structural genomics and Machine Learning, especially associated with 3D chromatine structure.
Michał Sadowski interests are from the field of physics and genome biology and are presently focused on genome architecture, genome organization and their link to gene regulation. These areas of study can be explored by an analysis of data coming from experimental methods which capture chromatin conformation both locally (3C, 4C) and genome-wide (Hi-C and ChIA-PET). This analysis can lead us to better understanding of gene expression mechanisms and provide a new insight into relation between gene expression and genomic variation. In his present work Michał Sadowski is trying to combine conformation capture data, genomic variation data and gene transcription data, in order to pursue more complete explanation of gene regulation processes, genome spatial arrangement and its evolution.
Dariusz Plewczynski, PhD, is an assistant professor at University of Warsaw, the head of Functional and Structural Laboratory in Center of New Technologies CeNT, Warsaw, Poland. His expertise covers functional and structural genomics with the special focus on higher-order chromatin organization and its impact on gene regulation and transcription. The major computational tools that are used in his interdisciplinary research team include statistical data analysis (GWAS studies, clustering, machine learning), genomic variation analysis using diverse data sources (karyotyping, confocal microscopy, aCGH microarrays, next generation sequencing: both whole genome and whole exome), bioinformatics (protein sequence analysis, protein structure prediction), and finally biophysics (polymer theory and simulations) and genomics (epigenetics, genome domains, three dimensional structure of chromatin).
Przemek is a programmer. He has a Bachelor degree in Computer science and a Master degree in Psychology from the University of Warsaw, Poland.
Giovanni is a bioinformatician. He has a Bachelor degree in Biotechnology and a Master degree in Industrial Biotechnology from the University of Padua, Italy. He is a PhD student at the Institute of Computer Science at the Polish Academy of Sciences. His main scientific interests are Bioinformatics and Computational Immunology.
MiNI PW Data Science master's student.