Center for bioinformatics & integrative biology

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Computational Genomics

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Bionanotechnology

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Drug Discovery & drug Delivery

Bioengineering

Biophysical characterization

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Technology Transfer

Bioinformatics Engineering School

About us

CBIB

The Center for Bioinformatics and Integrative Biology (CBIB), hosted at the Faculty of Biological Sciences at University Andres Bello in Santiago, Chile, is composed by an interdisciplinary team, and its main objective is to develop research strategies that combine the benefits of theoretical estimations and experimental validation.

Through this integrated approach, CBIB generates an iterative cycle of research, based on observation, modeling, simulation and experimental validation, to finally contribute to the development of solutions to biological, medical and biotecnological problems that affect everyday life.

  • Active R&D Projects during 2017

  • Scientific Publications from 2012 to date

  • Patent Applications

  • Members

principal investigators

Fernando Danilo González-Nilo

CBIB’s Director

TD5 Lab

Chemist and PhD in Chemical Sciences, postdoc in National Cancer Institute (USA). With more than 16 years of experience in chemistry and computational biology, Dr. Gonzalez has more than 90 ISI articles and 3 patent applications.

José Manuel Pérez Donoso

Bio-Nanotechnology and Microbiology Lab
Biochemist and PhD in Microbiology of University of Santiago Chile, postdoc in University of Western Ontario, Canada and University of Santiago Chile, where he specialised in bacterial pathogenicity mechanisms and tolerance of heavy materials mechanisms.

Daniel Aguayo Villegas

Molecular Biophysics and Bioinformatics Group
Biochemist, Master in Biochemistry and PhD in Applied Sciences, Dr. Aguayo has specialized in advanced simulation methods and its application in the study of nanoparticles and biomolecules.

Ignacio Poblete Castro

Biosystems Engineering Lab
Engineer and Master in Environmental Sciences from the University of Santiago Chile. Dr. Poblete did his doctorate studies at the German Center for Biotechnology (GBF) and a Postdoc at the Institute of Bioprocess Engineering of the Technical University of Braunschweig, Germany.

Eduardo Castro Nallar

Microbial Genomics Lab
Biochemist of University of Santiago Chile, and PhD in Biological Sciences from George Washington University, USA, Dr. Castro currently leads the Microbial Genomic Group at CBIB.

Matthieu Miossec

Microbial Genomics Lab
Bioinformatics Scientist and MsC in Bioinformatics. PhD in Bioinformatics from the Institute of Genetic Medicine at Newcastle University in UK.

Hegaly Mendoza

Electron Microscopy Lab
Biochemist and PhD in Applied Sciences, Dr. Mendoza is dedicated to characterization of molecular interactions, which dominate the generation of proteic aggregates through the combination of simulation and low voltage electronic microscopy.

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