Jan Hasenauer

Partner Investigator

Professor Dr Jan Hasenauer’s research focuses on the development and application of novel mathematical and computational methods for data-driven modelling and analysis of biological processes. He is leading the Interdisciplinary Research Unit Mathematics and Life Sciences at the University of Bonn and an independent young investigator group at the Helmholtz Center Munich.

Jan Hasenauer is the chair of Computational Biology at the University of Bonn. His research group currently consists of 15 PhD students and 5 postdoctoral fellows. Jan Hasenauer has published over 130 peer-reviewed research papers that were cited in total more than 4,500 times. His most notable work is in the field of computational systems and cell biology where he has contributed to the development of efficient simulation and inference methods as well as toolboxes that are widely used by the scientific community. Jan Hasenauer is a member of the International Society of Computational Biology and of the editorial board of Cell Systems. He has strong collaborations with national and international researchers via several collaborative research projects and networks, e.g., the Single Cell Omics Germany network and the European Horizon2020 project ORCHESTRA.