About me

Welcome to my personal web page. I am a research scientist at Saez Lab (Systems Biomedicine, Heidelberg University) where I am currently working on biological network inference using Machine Learning and constrained optimization, with applications in cell signaling and metabolism. I am interested in deciphering how complex biological systems behave under different conditions through mechanistic and computational models that integrate both prior biological knowledge and experimental data, with the aim of discovering novel biomedical applications. Prior to that, I was a postdoctoral researcher in Computational Systems Biology at INRA Toxalim (Toulouse, France), where I was working on computational models to understand and predict the metabolic dysregulation of cancer cells due to mutations in the TP53 gene.

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Smart invaders: Can you beat ‘em?

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Explaining Artificial Intelligence (AI) in one hour to high school students is a challenging task. The topic is very broad and it usually requires previous k...