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Lukas Burger has received the 2009 Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics Young Bioinformatician Award, which was presented at the Basel Computational Biology Conference earlier this month.

Burger has spent four years in Erik van Nimwegen's lab in the Bioinformatics and Systems Biology Group at the University of Basel's Biozentrum. His recently completed doctoral work focused on predicting physical interactions between protein residues using sequence data and multiple sequence alignments of similar proteins.

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