Congratulations to Nuria for passing with honors her Ph.D. viva!
We finally put it together: https://www.biorxiv.org/content/early/2018/10/16/443754
Monica Valecha (India) and Fabián Crespo (Cuba/Ecuador) just arrived to start as PhD students in the CONTRA Marie Curie Innovative Training Network on Computational Oncology. They are going to work on different aspects of cancer evolution. Welcome to the lab!. Now … Continue reading
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Congratulations to Merly for her PhD awarded today on NGS phylogenomics! You’ve been a GREAT student. Good luck for your postdoc at UC Santa Cruz. We’ll miss you…
New paper just out @GenomeMedicine! We report the impact of sequencing depth (and sampling effort) towards variant detection, genotype accuracy, clonal inference and phylogenetic reconstruction from single-cell cancer data. https://rdcu.be/LJ4E
Congratulations Iria for publishing a very nice paper describing the assembly of the genome of a beautiful angelfish! https://www.nature.com/articles/s41598-018-19430-x
Two open Marie Curie PhD positions (CONTRA ITN) in computational cancer evolution at our lab. Please apply! ESR 11: Estimation of tumour growth rates from NGS data Understanding the process of tumour growth is fundamental for many aspects of cancer … Continue reading
Jose Tubio is moving to the University of Santiago de Compostela with his team. Best wishes Jose!
Nice to contribute to this consensus statement in Nature Reviews Cancer about classifying tumors according to their ecological and evolutionary features: http://go.nature.com/2fopLbX