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Lukas Mueller

Assistant Professor
Office/Lab: 221
lam87@cornell.edu
Office: 607 255 6557
Lab:

Research

My interests are in the field of bioinformatics and genomics, and in particular genome sequencing, structural and functional annotation, biochemical pathways, comparative genomics, data presentation and visualization, ontology development, and biological databases. I am coordinating the SOL Genomics Network (SGN), a site for genome data of Solanaceae species such as tomato, potato and pepper, and am involved in the tomato genome sequencing project.

Previously, I was involved with the floral genome project and have worked with the Arabidopsis Information Resource (TAIR), where I was involved in Arabidopsis genome annotation, TAIR tool and database development, and projects such as AraCyc, Pubsearch, and others.

For information on  BTI’s Bioinformatics resources  please contact me,  lam87@cornell.edu,  to arrange for server space and contact Dr. Suzy Strickler,  srs57@cornell.edu,  for bioinformatics consulting.

Links:

Sol Genomics Network
CassavaBase

Intern Projects

My interests are in the field of bioinformatics and genomics, and in particular genome sequencing, structural and functional annotation, biochemical pathways, comparative genomics, data presentation and visualization, ontology development, and biological databases. I am coordinating the SOL Genomics Network, a site for genome data of Solanaceae species such as tomato, potato and pepper.

Currently, I am involved in the tomato genome sequencing project, the coffee genome project, and floral genome project.

Previously, I have worked with the Arabidopsis Information Resource (TAIR), where I was involved in Arabidopsisgenome annotation, TAIR tool and database development, and projects such as AraCycPubsearch, and others.

Links

For more information about the Mueller lab, please visit their website.

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