Remo Sanges

My scientific interests are centered on the function and the evolution of the noncoding portion of the genome (regulatory regions, noncoding RNAs, repeats), how these features shaped the genomes of living organisms, the way in which they affect transcription and their impact in the establishment of complexity, with a strong focus on health, disease, the nervous system and somatic variations. I have extensive experience in development and usage of bioinformatics pipelines, data integration and harmonization, tools, methods and databases for large-scale functional genomics data analysis and more than 15 years of teaching experience.