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Denis Bienroth

Denis Bienroth

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Role Research Assistant Software Programmer
Research area Stem Cell Medicine
Denis Bienroth is a Research Assistant at the Transcriptomics and Bioinformatics group of A/Prof Dr. Mirana Ramialison at the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute in Melbourne. He graduated with a Master of Science degree in Electrical Engineering/Software Development in communication technology at the technical university in Kaiserslautern, Germany. His focus is the development of visualization tools for spatially resolved transcriptomic data using immersive analytics.
Denis Bienroth is a Research Assistant at the Transcriptomics and Bioinformatics group of A/Prof Dr. Mirana Ramialison at the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute in Melbourne. He graduated with a Master of Science degree in Electrical...
Denis Bienroth is a Research Assistant at the Transcriptomics and Bioinformatics group of A/Prof Dr. Mirana Ramialison at the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute in Melbourne. He graduated with a Master of Science degree in Electrical Engineering/Software Development in communication technology at the technical university in Kaiserslautern, Germany. His focus is the development of visualization tools for spatially resolved transcriptomic data using immersive analytics.

Top Publications

  • Bienroth, D, Charitakis, N, Jaeger-Honz, S, Garkov, D, Elliott, DA, Porrello, ER, Klein, K, Nim, HT, Schreiber, F, Ramialison, M. Spatially Resolved Transcriptomics Mining in 3D and Virtual Reality Environments with VR-Omics. 2023
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  • Bienroth, D, Nim, HT, Garkov, D, Klein, K, Jaeger-Honz, S, Ramialison, M, Schreiber, F. Spatially resolved transcriptomics in immersive environments. Visual Computing for Industry, Biomedicine, and Art 5(1) : 2 2022
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  • Xin, Z, Cai, Y, Dang, LT, Burke, HMS, Revote, J, Charitakis, N, Bienroth, D, Nim, HT, Li, Y-F, Ramialison, M. MonaGO: a novel gene ontology enrichment analysis visualisation system. BMC Bioinformatics 23(1) : 69 2022
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  • Mohenska, M, Tan, NM, Tokolyi, A, Furtado, MB, Costa, MW, Perry, AJ, Hatwell-Humble, J, van Duijvenboden, K, Nim, HT, Ji, YMM, et al. 3D-cardiomics: A spatial transcriptional atlas of the mammalian heart. Journal of Molecular and Cellular Cardiology 163: 20 -32 2022
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