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herzel [Contact and Publications]
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 ==== Welcome to the group of Hanspeter Herzel ==== ==== Welcome to the group of Hanspeter Herzel ====
-The group was established within the Institute for Theoretical Biology (ITB) in 1996 and belongs to the Charité and the Humboldt University Berlin. We apply methods from dynamical systems, data analysis and bioinformatics to address biomedical questions. Examples are voice production, heart dynamics, DNA periodicities, gene regulation, T-cell differentiation and circadian rhythms.+The group was established within the Institute for Theoretical Biology (ITB) in 1996 and belongs to the Charité and the Humboldt University Berlin. We apply methods from dynamical systems, data analysis and bioinformatics to address biomedical questions. Examples are voice production, heart dynamics, DNA periodicities, gene regulation, and circadian rhythms.
  
 ==== Theoretical Chronobiology ==== ==== Theoretical Chronobiology ====
-Together with the experimental group of Achim Kramer (Charité) we investigate the generation and synchronization of circadian rhythms on different levels:+Together with the experimental groups of Achim Kramer (Charité), Michael Brunner (Heidelberg), Erik Herzog (St. Luis) and Toru Takumi (Tokyo)  we investigate the generation and synchronization of circadian rhythms on different levels:
  
-  * Modeling intracellular feedback regulation in the core clock oscillator +    - Modeling intracellular **feedback regulation** in the core clock oscillator 
-  Studying the entrainment, synchronization and splitting of SCN neurons +  -   Studying the entrainment, **synchronization** and splitting of SCN neurons 
-  Bioinformatic analysis (high-throughput data, promoter studies, epigenetics) of phase- and tissue specificity of clock-controlled genes +  -   Bioinformatic analysis (high-throughput data, promoter studies, epigenetics) of phase- and tissue specificity of **clock-controlled genes** 
-  * Entrainment phase control based on oscillator theory+  -   **Entrainment phase** control based on oscillator theory
  
  
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 We are involved in several overarching consortia: We are involved in several overarching consortia:
  
-  * IRI - Integrative Institute for Life Sciences+  * IRI - Integrative Research Institute for the Life Sciences
   * CSB - Graduate School Computational Systems Biology   * CSB - Graduate School Computational Systems Biology
-  * InKomBio Information- and Communication Theory in Molecular Biology +  * TRR 186 - Molecular Switches 
-  * T-SYS - BMBF network on the systems biology of T-cell differentiation+  * CompCancer Graduate School Computational Oncology
   * Mind & Brain Graduate School   * Mind & Brain Graduate School
   * BSIO - Berlin School for Integrative Oncology   * BSIO - Berlin School for Integrative Oncology
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 E-mail: h.herzel[at]biologie.hu-berlin.de or hans-peter.herzel[at]charite.de E-mail: h.herzel[at]biologie.hu-berlin.de or hans-peter.herzel[at]charite.de
  
-Most recent publications can be seen via Pubmed (Herzel H). Most papers are freely available via Google Scholar or Research Gate. A complete of publications as pdf-file:  +Most recent publications can be seen via Pubmed (Herzel H). Most papers are freely available via Google Scholar or Research Gate. A complete list of publications as pdf-file:  
-[[http://itb.biologie.hu-berlin.de/~herzel/pub/pub.pdf|List of H. Herzel's Publications in *.pdf format]]+{{:members:herzel:pub.pdf|Publication list in *.pdf format}}\\