Susanne Bornelöv "sblab"

bioinformatics, (epi)genomics, machine learning, piRNAs, codon usage


Image credit: DALL-E

Here, you will find information about my upcoming research programme titled "Data-driven methods to unravel hidden layers of genome regulation", which is set to launch in September 2023. I am grateful to have received support from Wellcome Trust though a Wellcome Career Development Award, which will enable me to explore novel aspects of gene regulation genome organisation through computational approaches.

In addition to my upcoming work, I am currently engaged in ongoing research as a member of the Hannon lab at the Cancer Research UK Cambridge Institute, University of Cambridge.

We are recruiting! Please find more details about joining us here.

Dr Susanne Bornelöv
Wellcome Career Development Award fellow
Cancer Research UK Cambridge Institute, University of Cambridge
Li Ka Shing Centre, Robinson Way, Cambridge, CB2 0RE, United Kingdom


19 September, 2023
We are doing another round of recruitment to fill our final position! The advert is live here.

1 September, 2023
Susanne will present "Predicting gene expression from random promoter sequences using deep learning" at the Cambridge AI Club on the 7 September.

1 September, 2023
Excited to announce the first official day of our new lab!!

10 July, 2023
Peter Sabakaki joined us for an eight-week summer project supported by the Undergraduate summer project programme and Cambridge Africa.

1 May, 2023
A preprint "Evaluation and optimization of sequence-based gene regulatory deep learning models" is now available on bioRxiv. We particiated as team Camformers (Random Promoter DREAM Challenge Consortium) and our model took 4th place.

23 April, 2023
We are recruiting! Our adverts are now live here, here, and here.

27 February, 2023
A new preprint "Unistrand piRNA clusters are an evolutionary conserved mechanism to suppress endogenous retroviruses across the Drosophila genus" is available on bioRxiv