VIB-UGent Center for Plant Systems biology, BE

BIO

Steven Maere obtained MA degrees in engineering physics and biotechnology at Ghent University, Belgium, and obtained his PhD in computational biology there in 2006. After a postdoc in Yves Van de Peer's lab in Ghent and a visiting postdoc stay in Mike Eisen's lab at UC Berkeley, he moved back to Ghent in 2009 to start his own group at VIB. His primary research interest is to apply mathematical modeling approaches to interesting problems in systems biology and evolution.

Read the publication on: Reciprocally retained genes in the angiosperm lineage show the hallmarks of dosage balance sensitivity

Speaker at
15-16 June 2017, Ghent, Belgium