Pedro Carmona Sáez - Group Leader
Lecturer at Department of Statistics, University of Granada.
PhD in Sciences with a background in -omics data analysis in complex diseases. Interested in biomedical data integration and developing computational and statistical methods to decipher the main molecular mechanisms associated with complex diseases from large molecular datasets.
Daniel Toro Domínguez - Postdoc
PhD in Bioinformatics. 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 Marugán - PhD Student
MSc in Omics Data Analysis from the University of Vic. Focused on the development of interactive Shiny applications and R packages.
Raúl López Domínguez - PhD Student
MSc in Bioinformatics from the University of Murcia. I am a PhD student involved in the identification of biomarkers through the integrated analysis as well as building databases of omic data in some autoimmune diseases. Moreover, I am focused on developing enrichment web tools.
Adrián García Moreno - PhD Student
MSc in Bioinformatics from the Autonomous University of Madrid. I am involved in the development of methods and tools for functional analysis.
Juan Antonio Villatoro García - PhD Student
MSc in Statistics from the University of Granada. Mainly interested in developing statistical methods for gene expression meta-analysis.
Iván 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 various omics data analysis methods. Joint with Dr. Verónica Ramos’ group
Alba Escalera Balsera – MSc Student