Michał Kadlof graduated with a degree in bioinformatics and engineering studies in computer science with a specialization in database engineering. Currently he is doing a PhD in the Faculty of Physics at the University of Warsaw. His main interests are in computer simulations of the dynamics of biopolymers - proteins and nucleic acids. In the past, he dealt with protein structure prediction, and topology of proteins. Currently is conducting research on multiscale force fields that describe the behavior of chromatin within the nucleus. In addition, he is a computer systems administrator. He spends his free time doing electronics, hiking and medieval historical reenactments.
Publications in lab:
Ultrastructural visualization of 3D chromatin folding using volume electron microscopy and DNA in situ hybridization.
(Nat Commun) [Pub Med ID: 25768903]
Spring Model - Chromatin Modeling Tool Based on OpenMM.
(Methods) [Pub Med ID: 31790732]
3D-GNOME: an integrated web service for structural modeling of the 3D genome.
(Nucleic Acids Res.) [Pub Med ID: 27185892]