Michael Grünstäudl (Gruenstaeudl), PhD

Postdoctoral Researcher at the Freie Universität Berlin

Research


 

Michael Gruenstaeudl

Michael Gruenstaeudl

Research

The focus of my research is the development and application of computational methods to explore the phylogenetic relationships of flowering plants. Specifically, I develop and apply bioinformatics software and workflows to conduct phylogenetic and phylogenomic analyses in the context of process automation and genomic data mining. Using these tools, I explore real-world questions in plant systematics and evolution.

 


 

Writing bioinformatic software

Writing bioinformatic software

Teaching

I conduct academic teaching and thesis supervision in both plant biology and bioinformatics. I hereby place great emphasis on the publication of student theses as scientific papers. Hence, my students typically have their first publication when they finish their Master’s thesis with me. Incidentally, I have won several academic teaching awards.

 

 

 


 

Publication statistics

Number of peer-reviewed publications:
21
              of those, first author:
12
              of those, last author:
 3
(Last updated: Aug. 2021)

For details on my publications, please see my full publications list at:

ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-1666-1773

 


 

Work in herbarium

Teaching plant systematics

About me

After completing a Ph.D. in plant biology at the University of Texas at Austin, I conducted postdoctoral research in the fields of evolutionary biology and bioinformatics at the Ohio State University. I then proceeded to the Freie Universität Berlin to conduct postdoctoral research in plant phylogenetics and bioinformatics,  teach as a lecturer, and have submitted a habilitation thesis.

 

LinkedIn: https://at.linkedin.com/in/michael-gruenstaeudl

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