Meet the team
In silico Models
Dr. Ines Thiele is a Personal Professor at the National University of Ireland, Galway. Her research interests include the diet-gut-brain-axis in Parkinson's disease.
Dr. Almut Heinken research focuses on applying constraint-based modelling to investigate the emergent properties of human gut microbiomes
Dr. Cyrille Thinnes cultivates the Virtual Metabolic Human business case, integrating the technology, outreach, and organizational capabilities for enhancing user experience.
Engagement Manager and Research Fellow
Dr. Dmitry Ravcheev is an expert in comparative genomics approaches. His research focuses on expanding microbial genome annotations to inform the microbial reconstructions.
Dr. Johannes Hertel is a biostatistician applying his expertise to large-scale metabolomic and metagenomic datasets. He is developing novel ways to combine statistics with computational modelling.
Federico is a PhD student in the Molecular Systems Physiology Group and at the University of Luxembourg. His research interests lie in the development of computational modelling tools.
Visiting PhD Student