RNA-seq, non-coding RNA, ChIP-seq, gene regulation
Jakub got his PhD in bioinformatics from Uppsala University in 2009, studying gene regulation, metabolic signaling and epigenomics. He then did a post doc at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, investigating neural development and various aspects of RNA biology (mRNA isoforms, microRNAs, circularRNAs). Jakub joined NBIS in 2014 as part of the bioinformatics long term support team, and mainly works on projects related to RNA, gene regulation and chromatin. Technical skills include analysis of RNA-seq and ChIP-seq data, as well as combinatorial optimization, machine learning and statistical modeling. Prefers R and Perl for programming/scripting, but also uses C and Python.