Jose Tubío just joined our group as a Ramon and Cajal fellow, coming from the University of Cambridge and the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute (UK). Jose is focused on the study of transposable elements mobilized somatically in cancer genomes, and the analysis of their impact on cancer genome structure and function, using next-generation sequencing data. He is a member of the PanCancer Initiative, an international effort for the analysis of molecular aberrations in thousands of cancer samples.
More of his research at http://www.researchgate.net/profile/Jose_Tubio.
- Welcome to Monica and Fabian! July 6, 2018
- Merly got her PhD May 4, 2018
- NGS coverage and evolutionary inferences from single-cells April 17, 2018
- NGSphy: phylogenomic simulation of next-generation sequencing data March 12, 2018
- Substitution Rates Predicted by Stability-Constrained Models of Protein Evolution Are Not Consistent with Empirical Data March 3, 2018
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