PhD in Bioinformatics
Since september 2016 Matthieu Miossec, Bioinformatics Scientist and MsC in Bioinformatics, and PhD in Bioinformatics from the Institute of Genetic Medicine at Newcastle University in UK, is leading a new Genomics Lab at the CBIB.
The aim of the laboratory is to develop new computational methods to solve different genomics and bioinformatics problems, as well as new ways to extract valuable information from metagenomics data.
This laboratory collaborates with other CBIB’s research groups since it’s working on creating new computational programs for their own purposes.
The main projects in which this laboratory is involved are Pathoscope (complete computational framework for strain identification in environmental or clinical sequencing samples); and Omniscope (and expansion of the previous projects) which is capable of analyzing a metagenome finding its components by using bacteria references.
The Metagenomics lab is also involved in the development of a statistical package that will allow to deeply analyse the data generated by Pathoscope.
|Integration of target discovery, drug discovery and drug delivery: A review on computational strategies||Yorley Duarte Q , Valeria Márquez-Miranda, Matthieu J. Miossec , Fernando González-Nilo||Wires Nanomed Nanobiotechnol.. 2019 . doi.org/10.1002/wnan.1554|
|In-Depth Genomic and Phenotypic Characterization of the Antarctic Psychrotolerant Strain Pseudomonas sp. MPC6 Reveals Unique Metabolic Features, Plasticity, and Biotechnological Potential||Matias Orellana-Saez, Nicolas Pacheco, José I. Costa, Katterinne N. Mendez, Matthieu J. Miossec , Claudio Meneses, Eduardo Castro-Nallar , Andrés E. Marcoleta, Ignacio Poblete-Castro.||Frontier in Micronbiology. 2019. doi.org/10.3389/fmicb.2019.01154|