Ina Deutschmann

I am interested in using mathematical approaches to answer biological questions. My interdisciplinary research combines molecular ecology, molecular evolution and computational biology with biomathematics.

Beginning 2015, I was a visiting academic at the Allan Wilson Centre, Biomathematics Research Centre (University of Canterbury in Christchurch, New Zealand). In 2016, I obtained the Master of Science degree in Biomathematics (Ernst-Moritz-Arndt University in Greifswald, Germany).

From October 2016, I will start working at the Institute of Marine Sciences (ICM-CSIC, in Barcelona) in the SINGEK project ESR 2. I will investigate natural marine microbial populations. The aim is to determine significant ecological interactions, such as symbiosis, parasitism and predation between members of the microbial community (microeukaryotes, bacteria and viruses) by combining single-cell genomics and metagenetics/metagenomics. The goal is to assemble an ecological network-draft and analyzing its properties.