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Dr Gioia Altobelli
G27
POGB
London
Appointment
  • Senior Research Associate
  • Women's Cancer
  • Inst for Women's Health
  • Faculty of Pop Health Sciences
Biography

My background is in physics, with subsequent specialization in biophysics, bioinformatics, drug design and genomics. In my first computational biology project, I applied stochastic processes in computational molecular biophysics at the National Center for Supercomputing Applications, NCSA, UIUC, IL USA. Before obtaining my PhD in complex systems in post-genomics biology and medicine (ISASUT, 12/2007), I published works in structure-based computer simulation of protein recognition/stability, neurophysics for brain imaging and development of numerical/analytical methods for non-linear systems. All publications , pre- and post- genomics, can be found with author ORCID 0000-0001-9338-3466


Research Summary

A computational biologist with experience in translational research encompassing multiple genome-wide approaches to complex diseases, I have been working with multidisciplinary teams in a project-based fashion since the beginning of 2008. I contributed to the understanding of biological systems and relevant processes, covering transcriptional regulation in cell and animal models as well as human cohorts.  My experience may support: * development of computational frameworks for reliable exploitation of large-scale experimental datasets targeting common diseases ** public health policy-making via interpretation of omics data *** community-driven development of academic curricula focused on omics and big data, forging a meta-language for a new generation of proactive, multidisciplinary professionals of biomedicine **** science and technology communication and publishing ***** knowledge-based and forward-thinking industry, patenting and forensics. Author ORCID 0000-0001-9338-3466

Appointments
29-JUN-2016 – 28-DEC-2018 Senior Research Associate (Bioinformatics) Translational Research, Womens' Cancer, IfWH University College London, United Kingdom
01-JUN-2016 – 28-JUN-2017 Biostatistician (Molecular Epidemiology) Epidemiology and BioStatistics Imperial College London, United Kingdom
01-OCT-2012 – 15-JAN-2015 Research Associate (Bioinformatics) Rheumatology University College London, United Kingdom
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