I am a full-blood bioinformatician (BSc, MSc, PhD) with a strong background in (3D-) structural RNA bioinformatics. In 2011, I obtained my PhD at the Max Planck Institute of Molecular Plant Physiology in Potsdam, Germany, working on the analysis of loop structures in RNAs. I stayed in Potsdam to do a first postdoc working on data management in a potato drought stress project and later on the analysis of RNA mobility in plants using NGS data. I moved to The Sainsbury Laboratory, Norwich, UK in November 2014 to take on a role as Bioinformatics Support Officer .
In January 2016 I moved to the Earlham Institute's Triticeae Genomics group, my role is to analyse large amounts of sequencing data, develop tools and provide bioinformatics support for the whole group, hunt down mutations inside and outside of power point presentations, and come up with witty names for tools and other things. Bicycle.
Thieme CJ, Rojas-Triana M, Stecyk E, Schudoma C, Zhang W, Yang L, Minambres M, Walther D, Schulze WX, Paz-Ares J, Scheible W-R, Kragler F. Nature Plants 2015; 1.
A bioinformatics approach to distinguish plant parasite and host transcriptomes in interface tissue by classifying RNA-Seq reads.
Ikeue D, Schudoma C, Zhang W, Ogata Y, Sakamoto T, Kurata T, Furuhashi T, Kragler F, Koh A. Plant Methods 2015; 11:34.
Schudoma C, May P, Nikiforova V, Walther D. Nucl Acids Res 2010; 38(3):970-980.