Dr. Eva Budinská
PI at "Integrative bioinformatics and biostatistics" research group

Dr. Eva Budinská is the PI at Integrative bioinformatics and biostatistics group in the Centre. She is expert bioinformatician and biostatistician with the primary focus on the analysis of multimodal untargeted omics data (NGS, mass spectrometry, microarrays). Her research comprises mainly the development of methods and SW for analysis and integration of omics data (genomics, transcriptomics, proteomic, metabolomic and metagenomic) and their application in data-driven hypothesis generation for biomarker discovery in oncology and exposome studies (e.g. analysis of metabolome and microbiome data of children and mothers from the CELSPAC study).

Overall she published 72 scientific papers with 1978 citations (h-index of 19), current information can be found here.

Dr. Budinská participates in European projects (FP7 and H2020) and two national projects as PI (grant of Ministry of Health and Grant agency of Czech Republic).

She is a regular supervisor of bachelor, master and PhD theses in the domain of data analysis and bioinformatics and teaches four courses: Analysis of sequencing data, Analysis of genomic and proteomic data, Analysis of data in R, Detection of biomarkers from omics experiments.

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Mgr. Eva Budinská, Ph.D.

Integrative bioinformatics and biostatistics

Phone: +420 549 49 3993





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Supervised theses

Field of study: Bio-omics
Field of study: Environmental chemistry and toxicology
Field of study: Experimental Oncology and Tumor Biology

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