I am postdoctoral research fellow in Rafael Irizarry’s laboratory at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. I have an undergraduate degree in genomics from the Center for Genomic Sciences, UNAM, and a PhD in bioinformatics from the European Molecular Biology Laboratory, where I worked under the supervision of Wolfgang Huber.
I develop computational strategies to translate large amounts of data into biological knowledge. I am interested in (1) understanding how transcript isoforms contribute to cellular phenotypes and disease conditions and (2) integrating multi-omic data to unravel molecular cancer phenotypes. In order to ensure reproducibility of results, I implement my analyses in documented workflows, software packages and graphic interphases. I contribute to the Bioconductor project.
You can download my CV here.