This Summer, Noel de Miranda (Dept. Pathology, Leiden University Medical Center) will visit the bioinformatics group of Prof. Zlatko Trajanoski at Medical University of Innsbruck for 3 months. LUMC provides an Eurolife Scholarship of 7.500 euro to support this scientific collaboration.
The main objective of the Eurolife Scholarship Programme for Early Career Researchers is to strengthen the contacts and cooperation in research between Eurolife universities; the applicant as well as both research groups (host and sending) should gain from the exchange. The aim of the project by Noel de Miranda is to develop computational tools to efficiently analyse complex datasets derived from (single cell) RNA sequencing, imaging mass cytometry, and multispectral microscopy. Prof. Trajanoski’s lab is specialized in the development of bioinformatics methods and tools for large-scale analysis of biomolecular data.