Mads Albertsen

Professor MSO. 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.

Vibeke R. Jørgensen

Post Doc. Project coordinator on MicroFlora Danica. In charge of sampling all of Denmark.

Simon Knutsson

Res. Assistant. Sample processing and wet-lab method development for MicroFlora Danica.

Thomas Y. Michaelsen

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

Thomas B. N. Jensen

PhD Student. Generating and making sense of 10 000 metagenomes in Microflora Danica.

Emil A. Sørensen

PhD Student. Developing new CRISPR/CAS tools to unveil microbial diversity in Microflora Danica.

Mantas Sereika

PhD. Student. Developing workflows for long-read metagenomics using Nanopore sequencing in Microflora Danica.

Frederik Harboe Platz

Res. Assistant. Bioinformatic development and sample processing for Microflora Danica.

André Lamúrias

Post Doc. Developing new binning workflows for genome-centric metagenomics using machine learning. Co-supervised with Katja Hose and Thomas D. Nielsen from AAU Computer Science.

Nick David Green

Staff scientist. Developing and maintaining our compute infrastructure at the biotechnology section.

Erika Yashiro

Staff-scientist. Running and delevloping our sequencing faclilites, servers and bioinformatic pipelines at Section for Biotechnology.

Erika Dvarionaite

MSc. Student. Analysing links between Colorectal Cancer and the microbiome in collaboration with Aalborg University Hospital.

Amalie Berg-Mortensen

MSc. Student. Analysing links between Colorectal Cancer and the microbiome in collaboration with Aalborg University Hospital.

Sebastian Mølvang Dall

MSc. Student. Analysing links between Colorectal Cancer and the microbiome in collaboration with Aalborg University Hospital.

Mette Hallundbæk Nielsen

MSc. Student. Exploring data from Microflora Danica.

Søren Heidelbach

MSc. Student. Using machine learning to integrate methylation data in genome-centric metagenome binning workflows.

Morten Eneberg Nielsen

MSc. Student. Exploring the use of Nanopore sequencing in clinical diagnostics in collaboration with Aalborg University Hospital.

Lab alumni

Those who moved on

2021: Bella Kruhøffer (linked in)

2021: Clarisse Chiche-Lapierre (linked in)

2021: Emilio F. Collados (linked in)

2021: Frederik T. Hansen (linked in)

2021: Trine B. Nicolajsen (linked in)

2021: Stine K. Østergaard (linked in)

2021: Erika Dvarionaite (linked in)

2021: Sebastian Mølvang Dall

2021: Amalie Berg-Mortensen (linked in)

2021: Trine Sørensen (linked in)

2021: Celine Petersen (linked in)

2021: Susan H. Hansen (linked in)

2021: Wagma Saei (linked in)

2021: Martin H. Andersen (linked in)

2021: Jakob Brandt (linked in)

2021: Søren M. Karst (linked in)

2021: Rasmus H. Kirkegaard (linked in)

 

MSc. Students

2021: Huy Doc Nguyen

2021: Frederik Harboe Platz

2020: Mantas Sereika

2019: Emil A. Sørensen

2018: Johannes Mannor-Jakobsen

2018: Patrick S. Schacksen

2017: Kasper S. Andersen

2017: Julie K. T. Pedersen

2017: Peter Rendbæk

2017: Thomas Y. Michaelsen

2017: Mark H. Larsen

2016: Jakob Brandt

Guests

2020: Marc Bennedbæk

2019: Ryan Ziels

2017: Petra Pjevac

2017: Anna Alessi

2017: Muhammed Ali

2017: Dario Shaw