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Curriculum Vitae

EMPLOYMENT HISTORY
Since Dec. 2016: Assistant Professor, Institute of Zoology, University of Graz, Austria
July 2014-Nov. 2016: Postdoctoral Research Fellow in Bioinformatics, University of Hull, UK
March-July 2014: Postdoctoral Research Associate (NERC-funded), University of Hull, UK

ACADEMIC / PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS
2010-2014: PhD at Natural History Museum, University of Oslo, Oslo, Norway - Thesis title (link):
“Gyrodactylids on European Salmonid hosts: Genomics, phylogeography and speciation”
2007-2009: Mag. rer. nat (Msc) in Zoology at Karl-Franzens University (KFU) Graz
2003-2007: Bachelor (Bsc) in Biodiversity and Ecology at KFU Graz

BIOINFORMATICS EXPERTISE
Programming skills
Bash (advanced), Perl (advanced), Python (advanced), R  (advanced), CWL (basics), MySQL (basics)
Selected NGS software skills
➢ Genome assembly: ABySS, CANU, Celera, Discovar, ECTools, Falcon, MIRA, MITObim (developer), Newbler, PBJelly2, Platanus, Soapdenovo, Spades, Velvet
➢ Transcriptomics: Cufflinks, HTSeq, Kallisto, Tophat, Transdecoder, Trinity
➢ Population genomics: Bayenv2, Bayescan, Cortex, GATK, Freebayes, Samtools, Treemix, VCFtools
➢ Phylogenetics/-genomics: BEAST, MrBayes, PhyML, Phylobayes, RAxML, ReproPhylo
➢ misc: Augustus, BLAST, Blast2GO, Bowtie2, BWA, CD-hit, FLASh, GeneMark, InterProscan, khmer, Maker2, MiRDeep2, miRCandRef, Novoalign, SNAP, Stacks, Trimmomatic, usearch, vsearch

RELEVANT COURSES / TRAINING
January 2014:  Workshop on Genomics, Cesky Krumlov, Czech Republic
October 2013:  Introduction to RADseq Bioinformatics, University of Oslo, NO
December 2012: Metagenomics workshop, University of Oslo, NO
August 2012:  Introduction to Bioinformatics for Biosystematics, ForBio, NO
October 2011:  De novo genome assembly, University of Oslo, NO
May 2011:  Next-generation sequencing hands-on, University of Oslo, NO
April 2011:  Computational Molecular Evolution, Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute

RESEARCH GRANTS AND AWARDS
2017: Start-up Financing (Vizerektorat für Forschung und Nachwuchsförderung, University of
Graz, Austria). “Genomic adaptations to deep-water environments”. € 5.000,00.
2015: Deep water cichlids reveal new genomic mechanisms for sensory drive speciation.
Best Postdoc presentation award. Popgroup 49, Edinburgh, UK, December 2015.

SELECTED INTERNATIONAL COLLABORATION PARTNERS
Lutz Bachmann, Natural History Museum, University of Oslo, Norway.
Lluis Franch‐Gras, University of Valencia, Spain.
Martin Genner, University of Bristol, UK.
Africa Gomez, University of Hull, UK.
Robert Hammond, University of Leicester, UK.
Bernd Hänfling, University of Hull, UK.
Domino Joyce, University of Hull, UK.
Andreas Kroh, Natural History Museum, Vienna, Austria.
Dave Lunt, University of Hull, UK.
Peter Shum, University of Hull, UK.
George Turner, University of Bangor, UK.

Dr. Christoph Hahn

Contact

Universitätsplatz 2 A-8010 Graz
Phone:+43 (0)316 380 - 5605

Web:https://homepage.uni-graz.at/christoph.hahn/

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