Martin Preusse studied biochemistry at TU München and is currently finishing his PhD in bioinformatics at the Institute for Computational Biology (Helmholtz Zentrum München, Germany). He focuses on integration of heterogeneous experimental data sets to understand cellular decision-making. Next to academic research, he is working on a startup that develops data solutions for biomedical research and biotech industry.
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Big Data in Genomics: How Neo4j helps to develop new drugs
Featuring Martin Preusse
Biomedical research generates vast amounts of data. New experimental technologies like DNA sequencing, metabolomics and proteomics drive the fast growth of available information and lead to a better understanding of the molecular organization of life.neo4j data