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Giorgos Baskozos

Job: PhD in Bioinformatics
Email: g.baskozos.12@ucl.ac.uk

B.S. Degree: Computer Science, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, 2011.

M.S. Degree: Bioinformatics, King\\\\\\\'s College London, 2012.

PhD Degree: Bioinformatics, University College London, .

Bio: After high school I studied Computer Science at the University of Athens. I graduated in 2011 and then I continued my studies at King\\\\\\\'s College London obtaining my MSc in Bioinformatics. From 2012 I am a member of the Orengo group at UCL as a PhD student of the London Pain Consortium, funded by Welcome Trust. My main research is focused on next-generation sequencing data analysis, particularly transcriptional analysis of RNA-seq data derived from animal models of neuropathic pain. Currently I am implementing a bioinformatics pipeline in order to identify and functionally characterize non-coding RNAs which may contribute to neuropathic pain. Although my reserach mainly lies in the fields of functional genomics and transcriptional analysis, I am also exploiting techniques of data mining (classification and clustering), machine learning and network analysis in order to characterize novel pathways involved in neuropathic pain.


Giorgos Baskozos

Job: PhD in Bioinformatics
Email: g.baskozos.12@ucl.ac.uk

B.S. Degree: Computer Science, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, 2011.

M.S. Degree: Bioinformatics, King\\\\\\\'s College London, 2012.

PhD Degree: Bioinformatics, University College London, .

Bio: After high school I studied Computer Science at the University of Athens. I graduated in 2011 and then I continued my studies at King\\\\\\\'s College London obtaining my MSc in Bioinformatics. From 2012 I am a member of the Orengo group at UCL as a PhD student of the London Pain Consortium, funded by Welcome Trust. My main research is focused on next-generation sequencing data analysis, particularly transcriptional analysis of RNA-seq data derived from animal models of neuropathic pain. Currently I am implementing a bioinformatics pipeline in order to identify and functionally characterize non-coding RNAs which may contribute to neuropathic pain. Although my reserach mainly lies in the fields of functional genomics and transcriptional analysis, I am also exploiting techniques of data mining (classification and clustering), machine learning and network analysis in order to characterize novel pathways involved in neuropathic pain.


Giorgos Baskozos

Job: PhD in Bioinformatics
Email: g.baskozos.12@ucl.ac.uk

B.S. Degree: Computer Science, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, 2011.

M.S. Degree: Bioinformatics, King\\\\\\\'s College London, 2012.

PhD Degree: Bioinformatics, University College London, .

Bio: After high school I studied Computer Science at the University of Athens. I graduated in 2011 and then I continued my studies at King\\\\\\\'s College London obtaining my MSc in Bioinformatics. From 2012 I am a member of the Orengo group at UCL as a PhD student of the London Pain Consortium, funded by Welcome Trust. My main research is focused on next-generation sequencing data analysis, particularly transcriptional analysis of RNA-seq data derived from animal models of neuropathic pain. Currently I am implementing a bioinformatics pipeline in order to identify and functionally characterize non-coding RNAs which may contribute to neuropathic pain. Although my reserach mainly lies in the fields of functional genomics and transcriptional analysis, I am also exploiting techniques of data mining (classification and clustering), machine learning and network analysis in order to characterize novel pathways involved in neuropathic pain.


Giorgos Baskozos

Job: PhD in Bioinformatics
Email: g.baskozos.12@ucl.ac.uk

B.S. Degree: Computer Science, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, 2011.

M.S. Degree: Bioinformatics, King\\\\\\\'s College London, 2012.

PhD Degree: Bioinformatics, University College London, .

Bio: After high school I studied Computer Science at the University of Athens. I graduated in 2011 and then I continued my studies at King\\\\\\\'s College London obtaining my MSc in Bioinformatics. From 2012 I am a member of the Orengo group at UCL as a PhD student of the London Pain Consortium, funded by Welcome Trust. My main research is focused on next-generation sequencing data analysis, particularly transcriptional analysis of RNA-seq data derived from animal models of neuropathic pain. Currently I am implementing a bioinformatics pipeline in order to identify and functionally characterize non-coding RNAs which may contribute to neuropathic pain. Although my reserach mainly lies in the fields of functional genomics and transcriptional analysis, I am also exploiting techniques of data mining (classification and clustering), machine learning and network analysis in order to characterize novel pathways involved in neuropathic pain.