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Gioia ALTOBELLI

  • PhD
  • Senior Research Associate (Bioinformatics)
  • University College London
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Research interests

Systems biologyBiostatisticsInflammationGlycamic healthGlucose homeostasisDiabetes Type IIBiomarker researchMulti-omics data analysisFetal programming

About

I am currently performing epigenome-wide association studies linking gluco-psycho-social parameters to disease and conduct trajectories. I am co-first and corresponding author of "Genome-wide methylation and gene expression changes in newborn rats following maternal protein restriction and reversal by folic acid", PMID: 24391732, doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0082989. This work provides direct evidence of genome-wide epigenetic alterations underpinning the foetal programming phenomenon. I am unique author of the review "Bioinformatics applied to gene transcription regulation", PMID: 22723668, doi: 10.1530/JME-12-0060. I have recently obtained the Association for Project Management’s Introductory Certificate (The APM Project Fundamentals Qualification, March 2016).

Co-authors (45)

  • Michael Hoffman
  • Christoph Bock

Publications (5)

  • ParkDB: a Parkinson's disease gene expression database.

    • Taccioli C
    • Maselli V
    • Tegnér J
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  • Cell-Specific Interaction of Retinoic Acid Receptors with Target Genes in Mouse Embryonic Fibroblasts and Embryonic Stem Cells

    • Davidson I
    • Moutier E
    • Delacroix L
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  • TBP2 is essential for germ cell development by regulating transcription and chromatin condensation in the oocyte

    • Gazdag E
    • Santenard A
    • Ziegler-Birling C
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  • Local-global contribution for the sources of evoked rhythms in the brain: Neuromagnetic test on a theoretical model

    • Altobelli G
    • Narici L
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Professional experience

Senior Research Associate (Bioinformatics)

University College London

July 2017 - Present

Biostatistician | Molecular Epidemiology

Epidemiology and Biostatistics, Imperial College London

January 2016 - June 2017(a year)