The general aim of the lab is to extract information about the functioning of life hidden in large and complex data with the help of computers, thereby improving healthcare and saving biodiversity. The Lab’s central interests are describing and understanding genomic regulation, its diversity, and its impact on health and disease.
ABI students are engaged in research projects supervised by researchers at ABI or abroad. They have access to bioinformatics resources and an environment to facilitate their learning, participate in weekly seminars and journal clubs, and meet leading scientists in the field!
ABI prides itself in engaging diverse, active, and remarkable students and experts from Armenia and abroad. Our Student Chapter and Expert Cloud are aimed at creating a network of well-rounded individuals passionate about bioinformatics and life sciences.
University of Pennsylvania, USA
University of Leipzig, Germany
Boehringer Ingelheim, Germany
Strategic Finance Manager at Wayfair
Hripsime Hovakimyan Kuzevska
K.A.K. Doo, Macedonia