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About us

The Marr Lab develops methods to improve image-based diagnostics, quantitative hypothesis testing, and the prediction of biomedical system kinetics in close collaboration with our biomedical and clinical partners.

  • We design deep learning algorithms to analyze images and profile single cells, exploiting the information contained in huge biomedical data sets. 
  • We build interpretable mechanistic models that enable the inclusion of prior knowledge to advance our understanding of biomedical systems. 
  • We closely collaborate with clinical and medical researchers to translate our methods towards real-word clinical solutions. 

Scientists

Ali Boushehri

Guest PhD student

Salome Kazeminia

PhD Student

Valentin Koch

PhD Student

Ario Sadafi

PhD student

Melanie Schulz

PhD student

Moritz Thomas

PhD student

Dominik Waibel

PhD student

Dantong Wang

PhD candidate

Ruben Brabenec

Eike Elfert

Guest scientist

Armin Gruber

MD student

Matthias Hehr

Guest MD student

Peter Lienemann

Guest MD student

Lea Schuh

PhD candidate

Maximilian Buser

Scientist

Valerio Lupperger

Postdoc

Christian Matek

Associated Postdoctoral Fellow

Xudong Sun

Scientist

Publications

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2022 Meeting abstract in Journal for ImmunoTherapy of Cancer

Gottschlich, A. ; Thomas, M. ; Gruenmeier, R. ; Lesch, S. ; Rohrbacher, L. ; Igl, V. ; Briukhovetska, D. ; Benmebarek, M. ; Dede, S. ; Mueller, K. ; Xu, T. ; Dhoqina, D. ; Umut, Ö. ; Maerkl, F. ; Robinson, S. ; Sendelhofert, A. ; Schulz, H. ; Vick, B. ; Cadilha, B.L. ; Brabenec, R. ; Roeder, N. ; Rataj, F. ; Nueesch, M. ; Wellbrock, J. ; Modemann, F. ; Fiedler, W. ; Kellner, C. ; Herold, T. ; Paquet, D. ; Jeremias, I. ; von Baumgarten, L. ; Endres, S. ; Subklewe, M. ; Marr, C. ; Kobold, S.

Single-cell transcriptomic atlas-guided development of chimeric antigen-receptor (CAR) T cells for the treatment of acute myeloid leukemia.

Contact

Marianne Antunes

Administrative Assistant

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