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.

EFI Conference 2018

This year’s European Immunogenetics and Histocompatibility Conference in Venice is over. What a great meeting. We thank all of you who approached us at our booth, attended our presentations or took a look at the posters involving PIRCHE. Furthermore, we would like to thank all the authors and co-authors who were working on different projects […]

Kirsten Geneugelijk honoured with Jon J. van Rood award for her research on kidney transplant immunology

Every two years, the Nederlandse Transplantatie Vereniging (NTV) awards the best dissertation in the field of kidney transplantation with the Jon J. van Rood prize. This years’ winner of the award is Kirsten Geneugelijk of the Laboratorium voor Translationele Immunologie (LTI) of the University Medical Center Utrecht (UMCU) for her thesis “Indirect recognition of HLA […]