IRTG 2403Dissecting and reengineering the regulatory genome
|Spokesperson||Prof. Dr. Uwe Ohler|
|Coordinator||Dr. Wiebke Skeffington|
|Contact Details||+40 302093 47907
In an alliance between Berlin institutions (led by Humboldt Universität zu Berlin) and Duke University, the research group aims to teach the next generation of researchers a quantitative understanding of genome function and gene regulation within the context of biological systems.
Equal Opportunity Measures
The IRTG covers the costs of a professional babysitter outside daycare/school hours or when a child is sick through KidsMobil. The research group has also purchased a KidsBox for its members’ use.
In addition, the IRTG is currently preparing a workshop together with RTG 2424 CompCancer und IRTG 2290 with the theme ‘Understanding implicit bias‘. In the fall, the research group will offer a seminar only for women, with the goal of inviting female group leaders to hold a roundtable with PhD students.