The Comparative Genomic group focuses on the characterization and interpretation of genomic differences in phenotypically different genomes.

Still today, the characterization of genomic variation is not straightforward. Our group has been working with the characterization of SNPs, indels and in particular all kinds of CNVs and repeat elements in a wide variety of organisms, including humans, apes, dogs, plants and fish. Our final goal is to understand the phenotypic impact of all these variants by making use of well defined organisms and the fine scale exploration of all of variants.  

 
To study such effects, the Comparative Genomics group employs computational and evolutionary approaches to analyze whole genome datasets for predicting genomic, epigenetic and expression differences between individuals.
 

Tomàs Marquès

Group Leader

Raquel García

PhD Student

Jessica Hernández

PhD Student

Marc de Manuel

PhD Student

Lukas Kuderna

PhD Student

Aitor Serres

PhD Student

Clàudia Fontserè

PhD Student

Irene Lobón

PhD Student

Inna Povolotskaya

Postdoctoral Fellow

Luis Ferrández

PhD Student

Sojung Han

PhD Student

Martin Kuhlwilm

Postdoctoral Fellow

Manuel Solís

PhD Student

David Juan

Postdoctoral Fellow
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