Biography

I am a bioinformatician currently doing a PhD at the IBD lab of Dr. Julian Panès under the joint supervision of Azucena Salas and Juanjo Lozano. My research interests include data integration (my PhD topic) and functional enrichment.
Other interest are helping with data to make better decisions and improve processes, from transparency, lawyer activities, media handling to open source activities. To be more effective at this I’m in touch with some organizations and I created some packages deposited in Bioconductor, CRAN, rOpenSci, rOpenSpain and GitHub.
Outside programming I enjoy hiking, jumping rope and diabolo as hobbies.

Interests

  • Functional enrichment
  • Data integration
  • Improve process

Education

  • MSc in Bioinformatics for Health Science, 2017

    Universitat Pompeu Fabra

  • BSc in Biotechnology, 2015

    Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona

Experience

 
 
 
 
 

PhD student

CIBEREHD

April 2018 – Present Barcelona
Responsibilities include:

  • Analysing RNA-seq and microbiome data (16S)
  • Modelling relation between microbiome and mucosal intestine
  • Building reports
  • Assessing design of sequencing experiments
 
 
 
 
 

Intern

Mind the byte

April 2015 – July 2015 Barcelona
Implement a way to download and update data from public databases.
 
 
 
 
 

Intern

FH Campus Wien

September 2013 – June 2014 Vienna
As a visiting Erasmus student I did an internship where I learned about differential gene expression analysis. Implemented topGO into the analysis pipeline. Analyzed Pichia pastoris

Recent Posts

Mainly entries about R and with code. Other content might be on my blog at b101nfo

Bugs in R

Bug reports history review and common actions and patterns. People that contribute and how it might continue to go.

CRAN review

I’ve been doing some analysis on the review submissions of several projects of R. However, till recently I couldn’t analyze the CRAN submission. There was cransays’ package to check package submissions which on the online documentation provided a dashboard which updated each hour.

rOpenSci submissions

Comparing rOpenSci review process to the Bioconductor review process. Most important differences are external reviewers and build on external machines as well as a longer review time.

Bioconductor submissions: reviews

Looking in detail to Bioconductor sumbissions: interactions between bots, reviewers and the community.

Social activities on GitHub

Presenting the socialGH package to retrieve information from GitHub.