Ameli Kirse is a biologist working with Next Generation Sequencing data. During her studies she focused on the field of molecular biodiversity research, which heavily relies on bioinformatic tools as it is dealing with big data. For her master’s thesis she compared three different bioinformatic pipelines, which are coded for the analysis of NGS data, and highlighted advantages and disadvantages of these Tools. She recently started her PhD, which includes the work with HTP (high-troughput) sequencing approaches and the analysis of resulting datasets on the basis of bioinformatic tools.
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