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Jonathan Sobel

After finishing his Master degree in ‘Proteomics and Bioinformatics’ at the University of Geneva in 2011 on endometriosis biomarkers, Jonathan decided to go in the field of computational biology. His PhD project is part of the CycliX project founded by the SystemsX initiative. He is working in the Computational Systems biology lab at EPFL under the supervision of Prof. Felix Naef. He is working on chromatin accessibility in the circadian context in mouse liver, using next generation sequencing approaches. Enjoying teamwork he is president of the Swiss group of students of the international society of computational biology (ISCB-RSG Switzerland) and he intends to increase the accessibility of potential career opportunities in the domain of life science with BSNL. He likes martial arts, guitar playing and beers.

If you wish to get any help, please don't refrain from contacting me

Contact Infos

  • E-mail: jonathan.sobel'at'
  • Skype: jonathanSobel1
  • Twitter: @jonathanSobel1

Current projects

Skills to share

  • Bioinformatics
  • Statistics
  • 3D models
  • Programming