Mads Albertsen

Group Leader. Bioinformatics and microbiology enthusiast. The research is focused on the microbial ecology of complex environmental communities using DNA sequencing methods including metagenomics, meta-transcriptomics and amplicon sequencing. A strong focus on new technologies related to novel applications, method and software development.

Søren M. Karst

Post Doc. Responsible for wet-lab method development. Illumina MiSeq and HiSeq hacker.

Rasmus H. Kirkegaard

Post Doc. Responsible for Oxford Nanopore sequencing development.

Jakob Brandt

PhD Student. Populating the tree-of-life using full-length SSU rRNA sequencing. Expertise within water related environments.

Martin H. Andersen

PhD Student. Working with on-site DNA sequencing using Oxford Nanopore MinION.

Thomas Y. Michaelsen

PhD Student. Developing novel methods to analyze “omics”-data from microbial ecosystems.

Kasper S. Andersen

Research assistant. Developing new bioinformatic tools for ordination analysis. Shiny expert and developing ampvis2.

Patrick S. Schacksen

MSc. Student. Developing RNA sequencing workflow for the Oxford Nanopore MinION

Johannes Manner-Jakobsen

MSc. Student. Developing workflow for long-read metagenomics on Oxford Nanopore MinION.

Co-supervised students

Inspiration from outside our small world.

Mark H. Larsen

Msc. Student. Studying the changes in the microbiome of moose as a result on relocating from Sweden to Denmark. Co-supervised with Trine Hammer Jensen.

7th semester student groups

The next generation of brilliant scientists.

Exploration of unknown life

International Biotechnology. Nicola Procházková, Laura von Soosten, Filip Streško, Piotr Sarna

Screening for novel microbes in Danish soil and sediment using 16S rRNA sequencing

Biology. Ann-Maria Christensen, Fynn-Rasmus Alt, Ingeborg Mose Larsen, Tina Strøm Trolle.