CURRICULUM VITAE

Personal data

Name:Dipl.-Bioinf. Maik Friedel
E-Mail:maikfr 'at' fli-leibniz 'dot' de

Education

since 10/2009Bioinformatics Manager, BASF Plant Science / SunGene GmbH
9/2006-9/2009PhD-student at the Leibniz Institute for Age Research, Fritz Lipmann Institute (FLI) - Jena
in the Biocomputing group of Dr. J. Sühnel
Topic:
Analysing nucleotide sequences with help of dinucleotide properties
(Analyse von Nukleotidsequenzen mit Hilfe von Dinukleotideigenschaften)
Supervised by:
Dr. T. Wilhelm (IFR, Norwich UK)
Dr. J. Sühnel (FLI, Jena Germany)
Prof. S. Schuster (FSU, Jena Germany)
9/2000–12/2005Diploma-student at the Friedrich Schiller University of Jena, Germany
M.Sc of Bioinformatics (diploma)
diploma thesis:
Analysis of Boolean functions - general pattern recognition and classification of gene regulatory rules
(supervised by Dr. T. Wilhelm, Prof. S. Schuster)
9/1991–7/1999 General qualification for university entrance
Christian-Gottlieb-Reichard Gymnasium (grammar school) in Bad Lobenstein
Major courses: mathematics and biology

Practical courses and work experience

14-18/05/2007 Course: Introduction to genome browsers (Bioinformatics Org., Inc.)
2/2006-8/2006 Employment as research associate at the FLI Jena in the working group Theoretical Systems Biology of Dr. Wilhelm
9/2002–2/2006 Practical course at the Leibniz-Institute for Age Research Fritz-Lipmann-Institut e.V. (FLI)
2003Database systems practical course with exams and presentation
(E/R-Modells, DB2 Unix, SQL, SQLJ and JDBC in Java, HTML, PHP, PHP-ODBC)

Skills

Foreign languagesGerman (native language), English (fluently), Russian (basic knowledge), French (basic knowledge)
Operation systemsWindows, DOS, UNIX (Linux)
Programming inC, C++ (also API, MFC), Python, Java, Delphi, HTML, PHP, R
DatabasesDB2, SQL (mySQL)
ApplicationsMsOffice, LaTeX, Maple, CorelDRAW, ...

Publications

Patent:
Provisional Application
Inventor M. Friedel & T. Wilhelm
Title Lead Structures for Drugs
Appl. No.60/829,894
Articles:
DASS-GUI: a user interface for identification and analysis of significant patterns in non-sequential data
J. Hollunder, M. Friedel, M. Kuiper and T. Wilhelm
Bioinformatics 2010; 26(7):987-989Save as pdf
The Smallest Known Genomes of Multicellular and Toxic Cyanobacteria: Comparison, Minimal Gene Sets for Linked Traits and the Evolutionary Implications
K. Stucken, U. John, A. Cembella, A.A. Murillo, K. Soto-Liebe, J.J. Fuentes-Valdes, M. Friedel, A.M. Plominsky, M. Vasquez and G. Glöckner
PLoS ONE 2010; 5(2):e9235Save as pdf
DiProGB: The Dinucleotide Properties Genome Browser
M. Friedel, S. Nikolajewa, J. Sühnel and T. Wilhelm
Bioinformatics 2009; doi: 10.1093/bioinformatics/btp436Save as pdf
DiProDB: a database for dinucleotide properties
M. Friedel, S. Nikolajewa, J. Sühnel and T. Wilhelm
Nucleic Acids Research 2009 Jan; 37(Database issue):D37-40Save as pdf
The Decomposition Tree for Analyses of Boolean Functions
M. Friedel, S. Nikolajewa, T. Wilhelm
Math. Struct. in Comp. Science 2008 April; 18(2):411-426Save as pdf
DASS: efficient discovery and p-value calculation of substructures in unordered data
J. Hollunder, M. Friedel, A. Beyer, C. Workman, T. Wilhelm
Bioinformatics 2007 Jan 1; 23(1):77-83 Save as pdf
Boolean Networks with biologically relevant rules show ordered behavior
S. Nikolajewa, M. Friedel, T. Wilhelm
Biosystems 2007 July-August; 90(1):40-47 Save as pdf
The new classification scheme of the genetic code its early evolution, and tRNA usage
S. Nikolajewa, M. Friedel, A. Beyer, T. Wilhelm
Journal of Bioinformatics and Computational Biology 2006 Apr;4(2):609-20 Save as pdf
Common patterns in type II restriction enzyme binding sites
S. Nikolajewa, A. Beyer, M. Friedel, J. Hollunder, T. Wilhelm
Nucleic Acids Research 2005 May 11; 33(8):2726-33 Save as pdf
Posters:
A new way of seeing genomes - Combining sequence- and signal-based genome analyses
M. Friedel, T. Wilhelm, J. Sühnel
presented at: MCCMB in Moscow 2009 Download
Analysing gene expression patterns using the Dinucleotide Properties Genome Browser (DiProGB)
M. Friedel, S. Nikolajewa, T. Wilhelm, J. Sühnel
presented at: FLI retreat in Bad Blankenburg 2009 Download
A new way of seeing genomes (DiProDB and DiProGB)
M. Friedel, T. Wilhelm, J. Sühnel
presented at: ISMB08 in Toronto 2008 Download
A new way of seeing the genome
M. Friedel, T. Wilhelm, J. Sühnel
presented at: FLI retreat in Bad Blankenburg 2007 Download
Early evolution of translation
M. Friedel, S. Nikolajewa, T. Wilhelm
presented at: Final evaluation of the BMBF centres bioinformatics 2007 Download