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Pedro Carmona Saez– Group Leader

Lecturer at Statistics and OR department of University of Granada. Interested in methods to extract useful knowledge from large biological datasets. Current research focused on statistical and computational tools to decipher molecular mechanims of complex diseases from multiomics data.

Daniel Toro DominguezPostdoct

PhD in Biomedicine from University of Granada. Mainly interested in using gene expression and omics data to establish a new classification schema of autoimmune diseases to improve diagnosis and treatment. Joint with Dr. Alarcón-Riquelme’s group.

Jordi Martorell Marugan– Postdoct

MSc in Omics Data Analysis from the University of Vic and PhD from the University of Granada. Focused on the development of interactive Shiny applications and R packages for omics data.

Jose Liñares Blanco– Postdoct

PhD in Computer Science from the University of A Coruña (UDC). Focused on the development and application of new Machine Learning methods to analyze multi-omics data in complex diseases.

Raul Lopez Dominguez– PhD Student

MSc in Bioinformatics from the University of Murcia. I am a PhD student involved in the analysis of regulatory networks in autoimmune diseases.

Adrian Garcia Moreno– PhD Student

MSc in BioInformatics and Computational Biology by the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid. Interested in developing tools for pathway analysis

Juan Antonio Villatoro Garcia – PhD Student

MSc in Statistics from the University of Granada. Mainly interested in developing statistical methods for gene expression meta-analysis.

Ivan Ellson Lancho – PhD Student

MSc in Bioinformatics and Biostatistics from the University Oberta of Catalunya. I am focused on the study of pediatric Acute Myeloid Leukemia through multi-omics data analysis. Joint with Dr. Verónica Ramos’ group.

Marina Vargas Fernandez– Bioinformatician

BsC in Mathematics from the University of Granada and MsC in Omics Data Analysis from the University of Seville. Focused on mathematical modelling, network analysis and statistical data integration for disease development description.

Samuel Pérez Fernández– Bioinformatician

BsC in Health Engineering from the University of Málaga. Working on computational optimization of applications