University of Würzburg

Markus Ankenbrand did his PhD in the Molecular Biodiversity Group at the Center for Computational and Theoretical Biology at the University of Würzburg, Germany.

Bioinformatic Tool Development

My research is focused on extracting knowledge from biological data through bioinformatic methods. As part of that effort I develop workflows, tools and software platforms that help integrate, visualize and analyze biological data. In the field of trait-based ecology I am part of the core development team of FENNEC.

Imaging-derived Phenotypes

My current work at the Comprehensive Heart Failure Center of the University Hospital Würzburg is focused on deriving quantitative phenotypes from imaging data.