*May 06 1981, Leipzig, Germany
Married to Michael Marz
Mother of three children (2006, 2011, 2013)
- since 2015 Full Professorship for High Throughput Sequencing Analysis at Friedrich Schiller University Jena
- since 01/2015 Group leader at Leibniz Institute for Age Research – Fritz Lipmann Institute
- 02/2012–06/2015 Junior-Professorship for “High Throughput Sequencing Analysis” at Friedrich Schiller University Jena
- 01/2010–01/2012 Group Leader of “RNA Bioinformatics” at Philipps-University Marburg
- since 2018 Scientific advisory board member of RNA Central and Rfam
- since 2017 Founding member, board member and managing director of European Virus Bioinformatics Center
- since 2015 Founding and board member of FIFI (Fördervereinverein des Instituts für Informatik)
- 2015 Founding member of MSCJ (Michael Stifel Zentrum Jena for Data-Driven and Simulation Science)
- since 2013 Founding and board member of ARC (Aging Research Center Jena)
- Studies of Biology, Computer Science and Bioinformatics
Diploma: Biology (2005), Computer Science (2006)
- 2009 Dr. rer. nat: Bioinformatics, University of Leipzig
Doctoral Thesis: Strategies of Homology-Based Identification of Non-Coding RNA Genes
Go is the oldest board game.
In 2003 I learned Go in Edinburgh (Scotland).
Since 2005 tournaments have been part of my life.
Now, I am 4 dan, teaching a lot of beginner groups all over Germany.
I distribute Go in kindergardens and primary schools.
- since 2018 Managing director of Jena International Go School
- since 2014 Advisory board of European Go Federation (EGF)
- 2005–2017 Board member of German Go Ferderation (DGoB)
- since 2004 President of Go Federation Brandenburg-Saxony-Thuringia (LV-BST)