Marco Chierici got his PhD in Bioengineering in 2007 at the University of Padova and has since been a data scientist at FBK DSH Unit. Marco is responsible for the Bioinformatics and Computational Biology area at the DSH lab. He is an expert on bioinformatics tools for massive omics data, high-performance computing, and scientific programming in Python and R. His main research interests include the integration of artificial intelligence methods (e.g., deep learning) in bioinformatics & computational biology frameworks. A member of the MAQC/SEQC and FANTOM consortiums, he has developed methods for reproducibility of analyses and was one main contributor of the FDA MAQC2 GWAS study. Marco co-authored >40 papers on peer-reviewed journals and is involved as a tutor in training activity on bioinformatics and machine learning for life sciences.
August 9, 2021Webvalley 2021 ready to kick offThe 19 participants of the online edition that will take place from 16 to 28 August have been selected