Publications and Projects

Publications

I’ve been fortunate to have worked on several international and interesting research projects in the field of cancer genomics. Keep an eye on the space below to see the list of publications my work has contributed to (hopefully!) grow…

TopicYearJournalImpact Factor*First authorshipComments
The evolution of two transmissible leukaemias colonizing the coasts of EuropeNAUnder reviewNAyesPart of my doctoral thesis
The first high-density genetic map of common cockle (Cerastoderma edule) reveals a major QTL controlling shell color variation2022Scientific reports4.379 (2021)noCollaboration within the framework of Scuba Cancers project
Mitochondrial genome sequencing of marine leukaemias reveals cancer contagion between clam species in the Seas of Southern Europe2022Elife8.713 (2021)yesPart of my doctoral thesis
Assessing the elemental fingerprints of cockle shells to confirm their geographic origin from regional to international spatial scales2022STOTEN10.753 (2021)noCollaboration within the framework of Scuba Cancers project
Aberrant integration of Hepatitis B virus DNA promotes major restructuring of human hepatocellular carcinoma genome architecture2021Nature Communications17.694noCollaboration with a lab colleague
Pan-Cancer analysis of whole genomes identifies driver rearrangements promoted by LINE-1 retrotransposition2020Nature Genetics38.333noPart of my master’s degree thesis
Pan-Cancer analysis of whole genomes2020Nature49.962noPart of my master’s degree thesis

# Accepted manuscript, pending publication
* IF taken from Web of Science on the data relative to the publication unless otherwise stated year

Research projects

100,000 Genomes Project: 25,000 WGS cancer samples through Genomics England.

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SCUBA CANCERS: Finding the genetic causes of contagious metastases.

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Pan-Cancer Analysis of Whole Genomes: Analysis of 2,658 WGS of 38 cancers.

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Consortia publications

Consortia work can lead us to important conclusions. Along my career, I have been part of the PCAWG consortium that has published the following articles in which the consortium is author: