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Francesc Fernández Albert

  • PHD
  • Scientist Bioinformatics
  • Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceutical Research and Development Centre Biberach
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Research interests

Pattern RecognitionMachine LearningBioinformatics

Co-authors (12)

  • Sergi P
  • Alex Perera
  • Erola Pairo
  • Raimon Massanet
  • Joan Maynou

Publications (5)

  • Null diffusion-based enrichment for metabolomics data

    • Picart-Armada S
    • Fernández-Albert F
    • Vinaixa M
    • et al.
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  • An R package to analyse LC/MS metabolomic data: MAIT (Metabolite Automatic Identification Toolkit)

    • Fernandez-Albert F
    • Llorach R
    • Andres-Lacueva C
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  • Intensity drift removal in LC/MS metabolomics by Common Variance Compensation.

    • Fernández-Albert F
    • Llorach R
    • Garcia-Aloy M
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  • Peak aggregation as an innovative strategy for improving the predictive power of LC-MS metabolomic profiles

    • Fernandez-Albert F
    • Llorach R
    • Andres-Lacueva C
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  • Network-based enrichment analysis of gene expression through protein-protein interaction data.

    • Massanet-Vila R
    • Albert F
    • Caminal P
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Professional experience

Scientist Bioinformatics

Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceutical Research and Development Centre Biberach

January 2017 - Present

Education

Senior Scientist Bioinformatics

Takeda Cambridge Ltd

November 2014 - December 2016(2 years)

PhD in Biomedical Engineering/Bioinformatics

Universitat Politecnica Catalunya

January 2011 - October 2014(4 years)

Degree in Physics

Universitat Barcelona

January 2002 - January 2007(5 years)