Molecular biology has undergone a revolution due to the ability to simultaneously study the functioning and expression of thousands of genes and proteins in the patient's body. Thanks to the use of computer technology, databases and statistical analysis we can analyze with precision and speed, large amounts of data that allow us to understand the complexity of the mechanisms that cause diseases.
The Computational Biology Program at the CIMA - University of Navarra currently has these lines of research:
• Analysis of transcriptomic data, both at bulk and at single cell resolution.
• Development of new file formats for storage and access to omics data.
• Machine learning methods for biomedical problems and their translation to the clinic