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TU Dresden
Dept. for Innovative
Methods of Computing
Thomas Buder

Thomas Buder received his diploma degree in mathematics at TU Dresden in 2011. He is a PhD student who is involved in the GlioMath project developing mathematical tools for tumour development.


  • A. Dirkse, A. Golebiewska, T. Buder, P. V. Nazarov, A. Muller, S. Poovathingal,N. H. C. Brons, S. Leite, N. Sauvageot, D. Sarkisjan, M. Seyfrid, S. Fritah, D. Stieber, A. Michelucci, F. Hertel, C. Herold-Mende, F. Azuaje, A. Skupin, R. Bjerkvig, A. Deutsch, A. Voss-Böhme, S. P.Niclou
    Stem cell-associated heterogeneity in Glioblastoma results from intrinsic tumor plasticity shaped by the microenvironment
    Nature Communications, 10, 1 1787, 2019 [DOI]

  • T. Buder, A. Deutsch, B. Klink, A. Voss-Böhme
    Patterns of tumor progression predict small and tissue-specific tumor-originating niches
    Front. Oncol., 8, 668, 2019 [DOI]

  • T. Buder, A. Deutsch, M. Seifert, A. Voss-Böhme
    CellTrans: An R package to quantify stochastic cell state transitions
    Bioinformatics and Biology Insights, 11, 1-14, 2017 [DOI]

  • T. Buder, A. Deutsch, B. Klink, A. Voss-Böhme
    Model-Based Evaluation of Spontaneous Tumor Regression in Pilocytic Astrocytoma
    PLoS Comput Biol, 11, 12, e1004662, 2015 [DOI]