People & groups

Find people & groups at EMBL-EBI

EMBL-EBI is broadly divided in to service teams and research groups. There are also a number of other teams who provide essential support and guidance.

Examples: Birney, expression, ensembl

Service teams

Aken team
Gene annotation and comparative genomics in Ensembl
Bateman team
Protein sequence resources
Brazma team
Functional Genomics
Cochrane team
European Nucleotide Archive
Finn team
Bioinformatics services for protein sequences, families and motifs
Flicek team
Vertebrate genomics
Hermjakob team
Molecular Networks, Pathways, Mathematical Models
Kersey team
Non-vertebrate genomics
Kleywegt team
Protein Data Bank in Europe
Leach team
ChEMBL: A resource of data on bioactive molecules
Martin team
Protein Function development
McEntyre team
Literature services
O'Donovan team
Protein Function Content
Orchard team
Molecular interactions, networks and complexes
Parkinson team
Resources for the description of samples, phenotypes and ontology development.
Petryszak team
Gene Expression
Sarkans team
Functional genomics development
Steinbeck team
Metabolomics and Molecular Informatics
Variation Archive
Free global access to genetic variation data
Velankar team
PDBe content and integration
Vizcaino Team
Proteomics resources and tools
Yates team
Providing technical and production support for the Ensembl and Ensembl Genomes projects
Zerbino team
Functional annotation of sequence variants and non-genic regions

Research groups

Bateman research group
Analysis of protein and RNA sequence
Beltrao research group
Evolution of Cellular Networks
Birney research group
Sequence algorithms and intra-species variation
Brazma research group
Functional genomics research
Enright research group
Functional genomics and analysis of small RNA function
Flicek research group
Evolution of transcriptional regulation
Gerstung research group
Developing statistical models and bioinformatics tools for understanding cause and consequence of cancer genomes.
Goldman research group
Evolutionary tools for genomic analysis
Iqbal research group
Developing computational methods for representing genetic variation, and using them to study bacteria and parasites.
Kleywegt research group
Protein structure, analysis and validation.
Marioni research group
Computational and evolutionary genomics
Petsalaki research group
Creating predictive and conditional whole cell signaling models
Saez-Rodriguez research group
Systems biomedicine
Stegle research group
Statistical genomics and systems genetics
Steinbeck research group
Small molecule metabolism in biological systems
Teichmann research group
Gene expression regulation and protein complex assembly
Thornton research group
Proteins: structure, function and evolution
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Other teams

Apweiler projects
Birney projects
HGNC and Technology & Science Integration Teams
Directors' office
External relations
Human Resources
Industry Programme office
Open Targets
A public-private initiative to generate evidence on the validity of therapeutic targets based on genome-scale experiments and analysis.
Systems applications
Systems infrastructure
Technology and Science Integration
Integrating technology to further develop and support the science taking place at EMBL-EBI.
Thornton projects
BioMedBridges and other infrastructure projects
The EMBL-EBI Training Programme team coordinates user training and scientific outreach.
Web development
Maintains the EMBL-EBI website and supports all EMBL-EBI teams
Web production
The Web Production team is responsible for the the administration of the web infrastructure and core web services at the EMBL-EBI.