I am Pablo Mínguez, a computational biologist interested in gene and protein regulation and their disorders under disease stages. I apply mathematical, statistical and computational methods to study complex systems of regulation from a Systems Biology perspective. My interests are focused on three main related topics: functional profiling of omic experiments, Biological Networks and protein post-translational modifications (PTMs). These three fields can be included under the global umbrella of 'functional omics' studies that are defined by a mixture between relevant scientific questions and methods development. All these with the aim of contributing with my small piece of code to the understanding of life and its diversity of forms and stages.
January 2017 - present
Principal Investigator of the translational bioinformatics lab (Genetics Department, IIS-Fundacion Jimenez Diaz, Madrid, Spain)
September 2015 - present
Head of the Bioinformatics Unit (IIS-Fundacion Jimenez Diaz, Madrid, Spain)
September 2009 - January 2015
Postdoctoral fellow at Bork group (EMBL - Heidelberg).
PhD in Molecular Biology (Bioinformatics). Universidad Autonoma de Madrid (Madrid, Spain).
Thesis Title: Functional profiling of genome-scale experiments. New approaches leading to a systemic analysis. [Get pdf]
September 2004 - August 2009
PhD student & Bridging postdoc. CIPF (Valencia, Spain). From September 2004 to March 2005 at CNIO (Madrid, Spain).
January 2004 - September 2004
Bioinformatician. European Arabidopsis Stock Centre (University of Nottingham, UK).
June 2003 - October 2003
Bioinformatician (TFG). John Innes Center (Norwich, UK).
September 2002 - October 2003
MSc in Bioinformatics. University of East Anglia (Norwich, UK).
September 2000 - September 2001
Postgraduate Certificate in Education (subject Biology and Geology). Universidad Complutense (Madrid, Spain).
September 1994 - February 2000
BSc Biological Sciences (Microbiology and environmental biology). Universidad de Alcala (Madrid, Spain).