Christina Hillig
PhD candidate

Building/Room: 58b / Open office space



Since 02/2020Helmholtz Centre Munich, PhD candidate
TUM International Graduate School for Science and Engineering (IGSSE) 
Single-cell analysis enhanced molecular diagnostics (SCAMDI
2016 - 2019Friedrich-Alexander University, Erlangen-Nuremberg
M.Sc. in Physics,
"Analyzing The Cosmic Ray Spectrum Based On Imaging Atmospheric
Cherenkov Telescope Data Using Deep Learning Methods" 
2012 -2016

Technische Hochschule Nürnberg, George Simon Ohm,
B.Sc. in Applied Mathematics and Physics,
"Evaluation of a method for reference-free correction of the geometry
parameters of a robot-assisted computed tomography" 


During my master study in physics, I discovered my passion for computational biomedicine and method development in health care. Therefore, I decided to pursue a PhD in the interdisciplinary research field of computational biology. In my PhD projects I focus on the analysis of multi-omics data, 10x Visium, bulk, and single cell RNA-sequencing data, in chronic inflammatory skin diseases (cISDs). A hallmark of cISDs is a high degree of complexity  and disease heterogeneity making it challenging to treat and diagnose. In collaboration with the Eyerich AG, we are using the advantages of the three RNA-sequencing techniques to further explore the landscape of cISDs. Our objectives are to create molecular multi-classifiers and to provide patient specific drug treatments. 


LinkedIn: Christina Hillig