Ruben Drews

Ruben is working on methods to infer tumor evolution with single-cell resolution.

Vita

since 10/2016
PhD Student at Cancer Research UK, Cambridge Research Institute

2015 - 2016: MSc Thesis: "A Comprehensive Analysis of Human Retroelements in Over 500 WGS Cancer Samples" | DKFZ Heidelberg | Dep: Theoretical Bioinformatics

2012 - 2016: MSc Molecular Biotechnology
Heidelberg University, Germany

2012: BSc Thesis: "Dissecting the Non/Coding Genome of Medulloblastoma using Computational Methods" | DKFZ Heidelberg | Dep: Theoretical Bioinformatics

2009 - 2012: BSc Molecular Biotechnology
Heidelberg University, Germany

Profile

Major: Bioinformatics

Topics: Data mining on human genomic sequencing data | Cancer heterogeneity and evolution | Bayesian statistics and inference

Awards and fellowships

2016-Present PhD Studentship granted by the Cancer Research UK, Cambridge

2012-2016 Fellowship granted by the Foundation of German Business (sdw), Berlin

2011-2012 Stipend granted by the National Scholarship Programme Germany, Heidelberg

2010-2011 Stipend granted by Heidelberg University for covering tuition fees, Heidelberg

Ruben Drews

Ruben Drews
CR UK - CRI
Li Ka Shing Centre
Robinson Way
Cambridge, CB2 0RE, UK
e:first.last@cruk.cam.ac.uk
p: +44 (0) 1223 40 4318

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