About Me

I am a population geneticist who develops and applies computational tools to analyze genomic data. A key research interest of mine is the study of human ancient DNA. This field is rapidly growing - by now thousands of genomes of humans who lived thousands of years ago are being published every single year. I develop new ways to study these ancient genomes and make computational tools available to other researchers. Currently, I hold a junior group leader position at the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology in Leipzig (Germany), and I build up a research group in this field. This personal website aims to give an overview of my research.

My Research group

You can find more details about my research group and its members on the group website of the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology.


You can download my full curriculum vitae here.