Sarmad Ahmad Khan is a doctoral student for machine learning in oncology at the German Cancer Consortium (DKTK)/German Cancer Research Center (DKFZ). He received his master’s degree with honors (Red Diploma in Russia) in biotechnology (specialization in bioinformatics) from Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology (MIPT), Russia. During his masters, his research focused on omics integration to predict the presence of DNA G-Quadruplexes in a specific string of DNA, which play an important role in cancer proliferation. He is the winner of doctoral track in the subject area of chemistry, 2021 and prize-winner of in the subject area of biology and biotechnology, 2019 of Open Doors Russian Olympiad. His research interest is in bioinformatics specifically focusing on the multi-omics integration and predictive models based on the omics data helping in oncological studies.

  • Bioinformatics
  • Multi-omics Data Integration
  • Machine Learning
  • Oncological Studies
  • Calibration
  • MSc in Biotechnology (Specialization Bioinformatics) - Red Diploma, 2021

    Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, Russia