Genomics and AI in the context of

One Health 

Lara Urban

I study how genomic research can benefit nature conservation in the context of One Health, which affirms that human health and the health of our planet are inextricably linked. My latest work as an Independent Humboldt Research Fellow has focused on how various conservation genomics applications can support some of New Zealand's critically endangered wildlife.

I now started my own research group with a focus on Genomics and AI for One Health, at Helmholtz Munich, Helmholtz AI, the Helmholtz Pioneer Campus, and the Technical University of Munich School of Life Sciences, so please be in touch if you are interested in collaborating.

More information: 

HPC: https://www.pioneercampus.org/themenmenue-links/about-us0/principal-investigators/lara-urban/

TUM: https://www.professoren.tum.de/en/tum-junior-fellows/urban-lara

Some recent highlights

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Lara accepts offer from Helmholtz Munich & HPC


Member of the Conservation Genetics Specialist Group


Early-Career Advisory

Group for research reform


Biodiversity Genomics conference 2021


Europen Reference

Genome Atlas consortium


President's Symposium on

Conservation Genomics