The group was founded in August 2019. Our leader is Alexey Komissarov, Ph.D. in Biology, a researcher from the Center for Genomic Bioinformatics named after Dobrjansky, headed by Steve O'Brien.
The Applied Genomics group focuses on the application of bioinformatics methods to fundamental and applied problems of personalized medicine, agriculture, and biodiversity conservation.
Our research focuses on the following areas:
− medical genome bioinformatics including human genomics and metagenomes,
− enhancing ongoing projects inside SCAMT laboratory,
− applied genome bioinformatics of domesticated animals and plants including livestock, plants and pets.
On this site you can find information about current projects, members of the research group and a list of our publications.