Postdoctoral Research Scientist
Pablo G. Camara is a postdoctoral research scientist in the laboratory of Raul Rabadan. His current research interests are in theoretical biology and genomics, with particular emphasis in human genetics. He is developing novel mathematical methods for inferring evolutionary histories that involve recombination, reassortment, and/or horizontal gene transfer. He is using these methods to tackle several biological problems; for instance understanding the molecular mechanisms that operate during human meiotic recombination and germ cell development. Pablo is also working on the application of topological data analysis to large scale genomic data, specifically in the contexts of single-cell and cancer genomics.
Pablo received a PhD in theoretical physics in 2006. He performed research in high energy physics between 2006 and 2014, with postdoctoral appointments at Ecole Polytechnique, the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN), and University of Barcelona. He joined Dr. Rabadan's group in 2014.
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