Elisabeth Roesch is a systems biologist by training. She is interested in modelling life science systems using computer science, mathematics and statistics. Currently, she works with Julia Computing. Here, she focuses on bridging the interests of pharmaceutical clients and internal product designers and software engineers. She helps clients realise and unlock the full potential of Julia and Julia Computing products for their individual projects.
Prior to this, Elisabeth undertook her graduate studies at Ludwig Maximilian University Munich and Technical University Munich (BSc), and her postgraduate studies at Imperial College London (MSc) and University of Melbourne (PhD – under examination). In her research, she explores hybrid models in systems biology: she merges mechanistic and machine learning approaches in one model and she uses them in the setting of decision making processes in developmental biology.