New group leader at the Centre for Bioinformatics
The centre for Bioinformatics is delighted to announce that Dr. Trine Rounge has started as a new group leader at the centre from May 2022. Rounge group aims to unravel the molecular mechanisms that can detect and explain cancer progression at an early stage.
Photo: Trines group members and collaborators celebrating the kick-off of the new group
Trine has a background in molecular biology, genomics and bioinformatics, with particular expertise in developing novel next-generation sequencing protocols and tailoring subsequent bioinformatic analyses. After finishing her PhD thesis at the faculty of mathematics and natural sciences at the University of Oslo in 2008, Trine continued as a postdoctoral fellow at the same institute until 2012, where she was sequencing, denovo assembling, annotating, and analysing the genome of Atlantic Cod. From 2012-2022, she was at the Cancer Registry of Norway leading the integrative cancer genomics section.