Alexander Jarasch has a background in bioinformatics, he did his Ph.D. in biochemistry and structural bioinformatics at the Gene Center Munich (LMU).
As postdoctoral fellow on behalf of Evonik Industries AG he developed protein engineering software for 3D modeling of enzyme candidates with biotech application.
As part of the Global Strategic Team at Roche Diagnostics GmbHhe developed a machine learning techniques for predicting chemically more stable antibodies.
He is head of data and knowledge management at The German Center for Diabetes Research (DZD) where he’s responsible for a knowledge graph database and machine learning techniques in diabetes research.
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Editor’s Note: This presentation was given by Alexander Jarasch at GraphConnect San Francisco in October 2016. Presentation Summary Alexander Jarasch is the head of data and knowledge management at the German Center for Diabetes Research in Munich, Germany. In his work, Jarasch looks to... read more