He was born in Austria, completed a BSc in Physics with focus on complex systems and networks in Vienna before working among Ramon Grima and Peter Swain at the Systems and Synthetic Biology Centre Edinburgh where he combined Microfluidics, Time-lapse Microscopy and Stochastic Modeling to quantify extrinsic sources of noise. He was awarded a MSc degree in Systems Biology (with distinction) from the University of Edinburgh in 2015. Currently, he is in the joint Systems Biology PhD Program of the University of Zürich and ETH. Before joining the Pelkmans lab he developed a microfluidic chemical signal generator in the Tay lab at ETH which allows dynamic and noisy cell stimulation to study signalling pathways. In the Pelkmans lab he integrates experimental and theoretical methods to advance our understanding of noisy signal processing and to enable targeted intervention.
Andreas Piehler Department of Molecular Life Sciences University of Zurich, Irchel Campus Winterthurerstrasse 190 CH-8057 Zurich Switzerland Building/Room: Y55-K-28 phone: +41 44 63 53 102 E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org