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Dr Thomas Schlitt

Research interests

The main aim of our research is to understand gene networks using computational methods. We use large-scale datasets that can be represented as graphs (networks), such as protein-protein interaction data, transcription factor localisation data and microarray data. The number of organisms for which such large-scale datasets are available is increasing rapidly. Combining these data sets helps to get a picture of the 'real' network in the cell. We use these datasets to explore the function of individual genes and their interaction partners as well as attempt to identify genes involved in disease processes.

Participation in conference

the London Bioinformatics Meeting

Thomas Schlitt (Organiser)
2007 → …

Activity: Participating in or organising an eventParticipation in conference

European Conference on Bioinformatics ECCB

Thomas Schlitt (Speaker)
2002 → …

Activity: Participating in or organising an eventParticipation in conference

Types of External academic engagement - Membership of peer review panel or committee

Program Committee for the Asian Pacific Conference on Bioinformatics

Thomas Schlitt (Member)
2008 → …

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Publication peer-review

Expert Reviews in Proteomics (Journal)

Thomas Schlitt (Editor)
2001 → …

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BMC Bioinformatics (Journal)

Thomas Schlitt (Editor)
2001 → …

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BIOINFORMATICS (Journal)

Thomas Schlitt (Editor)
2001 → …

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Gene (Journal)

Thomas Schlitt (Editor)
2001 → …

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GENOME BIOLOGY (Journal)

Thomas Schlitt (Editor)
2001 → …

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Types of External academic engagement - Membership of external research organisation

the Newton Institute, Cambrigde

Thomas Schlitt (Member)
2001 → …

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St Edmund's College Cambrigde

Thomas Schlitt (Member)
2001 → …

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