Welcome to Edda Klipp's Group
of Theoretical Biophysics


Free Postdoc position:

We are looking for a Postdoc that will help us develop the rxncon software tool, so the position will be focused on programming and software development but in a Systems Biology setting. More information...

Our latest publications:

09 December 2014
Vaga, S., Bernardo-Faura, M., Cokelaer, T., Maiolica, A., Barnes, C.A., Gillet, L.C., Hegemann, B., van Drogen, F., Sharifian, H., Klipp, E., Peter, M., Saez-Rodriguez, J., & Aebersold, R.
Phosphoproteomic analyses reveal novel cross-modulation mechanisms between two signaling pathways in yeast
Mol. Syst. Biol.
doi: 10.15252/msb.20145112, PMID: 25492886 [PubMed - in process]
18 November 2014
Groth, P., Reuter,G., & Thieme, S.
Chapter 9: Analysis of Genomic Data in a Cloud Computing Environment
In: Wang, B., Li, R., & Perrizo, W.
Big Data Analytics in Bioinformatics and Healthcare.
IGI Global, 2015. ISBN 13: 9781466666115

Upcoming group events

Attention - New date:
22 January 2015    -    Group seminar
Totta Kasemo
"Energy changes can explain PKA regulation in yeast. A model of the Protein Kinase A signaling pathway"

29 January 2015    -    Group seminar
Adrian Zachariae

05 February 2015    -    Group seminar
Martin Seeger

12 February 2015    -    Group seminar
Judith Wodke

Our main interest ...

... is the study and mathematical modeling of biological organism on the cellular and sub cellular level. We aim to develop new techniques, software, incorporate new and well established knowledge to get a better understanding of the fundamentals of life.

We have a special interest in: Yeast, Bacillus subtilis and Mammalian cells. If you are interested in a specific project please visit our Research page.

In our research activities we developed a series of software Tools that you are free to use.

Group photos

tbp group photoJuly 2014

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tbp group photoSeptember 2012

tbp group photoNovember 2011

tbp group photoFebruary 2011