During his Master, Marius Möller worked at the Max-Planck Institute for Evolutionary Biology in Plön. He helped develop a fast algorithm for calculating fixation probabilities and times for evolutionary graphs. He used this algorithm to map all possible small-size graphs and their properties.
In 2018, he started a Ph.D. in Population Genetics at the Queen Mary University of London under the supervision of Weini Huang. His research focused on the relationship between populations’ dynamics and the distribution of their mutations.
In 2022 he worked with Genomic Prediction, a US company for preimplantation diagnostics, and helped develop and curate a database for common diseases and their attributes.
In 2023 he became a postdoctoral researcher at the Lübeck Institute for Experimental Dermatology to work on the development and evaluation of polygenic risk scores for various diseases.
Möller M, Pere N V M, Werner B, Huang W. Measures of genetic diversification in somatic tissues at bulk and single cell resolution. bioRxiv (2022)
Möller M, Werner B, Huang W. Accumulating waves of random mutations before fixation. bioRxiv (2022)
Möller M, Hindersin L, Traulsen A. Exploring and mapping the universe of evolutionary graphs identifies structural properties affecting fixation probability and time. Communications biology (2019)
Hindersin L, Möller M, Traulsen A, Bauer B. Exact numerical calculation of fixation probability and time on graphs. Biosystems (2016)