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Projects include:
Norwegian Bioinformatics Platform, aspiring ELIXIR Node
Sea Lice Research Centre

About me:
I have a dr.scient degree (PhD) in informatics (information on thesis is available) from the Department of Informatics, University of Bergen, Norway. Currently I work at the same department as professor in bioinformatics, and as the head of the Computational Biology Unit (CBU). My research is focused on development of methods for the automatic discovery of regularities in molecular biology data, and I have contributed to development of methods for analysis of nucleotide and protein sequences, protein structures, and microarray gene expression data. I made a tool Pratt that can be used to identify patterns conserved in unaligned protein sequences, the tool SPratt for discovery of patterns recurring in protein three-dimensional structures, and I have also been central in the development of the tool J-Express for the processing and analysis of microarray gene expression data (see MolMine for more information). More on patterns and biosequences. I am also interested in algorithms, learning and pattern recognition.
Contact Information:
Department of Informatics and
Computational Biology Unit, Uni Computing, Uni Research
University of Bergen

phone: +47 55 58 47 13
fax: +47 55 58 41 99
office: room 5103, "datablock" HiB


Protein Bioinformatics book