Dr Guillermo Lopez Campos
The final aim of our research interest is to foster and advance in what is currently understood as precision medicine applying biomedical informatics.
Based in the idea that phenotypes are derived from the interaction of genetic and environmental factors we work in the analysis and integration of exposome (environment), genome & clinical data and information for a better understanding of the mechanisms of disease.
Dr Lopez Campos is open to PhD applications in areas of;
Biomedical informatics (translational bioinformatics and exposome informatics)
Integration of clinical and molecular data
Analysis and representation of exposome data
PhD Title: Integrative analysis of phenome, genome and exposome data
Name: Christopher Hawthorne
Years of Study: Starting in September 2018
Country: United Kingdom
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