This blog is written by Giovanni M. Dall’Olio, a Bioinformatician at Glaxo Smith Kline in Stevenage, UK. All the blog contents represent my personal view and do not reflect in any way the opinion of the company.
One day I will write a blog post about my role at GSK.
My previous position was research associate at the Cancer Evolutionary Genomics‘s group of Francesca Ciccarelli at the King’s College of London. My primary interests were in the system biology of cancer and in identifying new potential drug targets for this disease.
Click here for my Curriculum Vitae. My PhD was focused on human population genetics, in the Evolutionary Biology group at the Pompeu Fabra University in Barcelona, with Hafid Laayouni and Jaume Bertranpetit. My primary research goal was the development of methods to characterize events of genetic selection in the human genome.