Dr Andreas Schreiber

Andreas heads the bioinformatics group at the Centre for Cancer Biology’s ACRF Cancer Genomics Facility. This group focuses on applied bioinformatics of high throughput experiments, ranging from analysis of transcriptomic microarray or RNASeq data, gene regulation studies using ChIP and CLIPSeq, to the search for disease-associated point and structural mutations of the human genome.

Andreas obtained a BSc and MSc from the University of Melbourne, followed by a PhD in theoretical nuclear/particle physics from the University of Adelaide in 1990. He completed postdocs in the Netherlands, Switzerland and Canada before returning to Australia on an ARC Research Fellowship.  In 2002 he switched fields to Bioinformatics by joining the Australian Centre for Plant Functional Genomics at the Waite Campus of the University of Adelaide. He has been with the CCB since 2011.

  • Location:  Centre for Cancer Biology, SA Pathology
  • Speciality: Bioinformatics