PIRCHE-II Is Related to Graft Failure after Kidney Transplantation (2018)

Authors of Publication: Kirsten Geneugelijk, Matthias Niemann, Julia Drylewicz, Arjan D. van Zuilen, Irma Joosten, Wil A. Allebes, Arnold van der Meer, Luuk B. Hilbrands, Marije C. Baas, C. Erik Hack, Franka E. van Reekum, Marianne C. Verhaar, Elena G. Kamburova, Michiel L. Bots, Marc A. J. Seelen, Jan Stephan Sanders, Bouke G. Hepkema, Annechien J. Lambeck, Laura B. Bungener, Caroline Roozendaal, Marcel G. J. Tilanus, Joris Vanderlocht, Christien E. Voorter, Lotte Wieten, Elly M. van Duijnhoven, Mariëlle Gelens, Maarten H. L. Christiaans, Frans J. van Ittersum, Azam Nurmohamed, Junior N. M. Lardy, Wendy Swelsen, Karlijn A. van der Pant, Neelke C. van der Weerd, Ineke J. M. ten Berge, Fréderike J. Bemelman, Andries Hoitsma, Paul J. M. van der Boog, Johan W. de Fijter, Michiel G. H. Betjes,, Sebastiaan Heidt, Dave L. Roelen, Frans H. Claas, Henny G. Otten and Eric Spierings.

Appeared in: Frontiers of Immunology (March 5th, 2018)

 

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Matthias Niemann

Matthias Niemann

Matthias holds a Masters degree in Computer Science with a major in software engineering and a minor in Bioinformatics from Berlin University (Freie Universität). While working at Charité University Hospital in Berlin, he developed a database for kidney transplantation data and worked on various laboratory information systems and research databases. His research at Charité focused on epitope matching models and machine learning. He was instrumental in the implementation methods to increase data quality.
Since fall 2014 he focuses at PIRCHE on further improving the PIRCHE algorithm and investigating the technology's power in new domains.
Matthias Niemann