Centre for Evolution and Cancer
Division of Molecular Pathology
ICR at Sutton (London), 
SM2 5NG, UK
Mail | Skype: giulio.caravagna


I am a Data Scientist with a background in Computer Science.

Currently, I am training in Cancer Evolution with Andrea Sottoriva at the ICR in London, where I develop and apply methods to measure cancer evolution from Next Generation Sequencing data.

Before, I have been in 
Edinburgh, Milan and Pisa.

I tweet about my research at @gcaravagna.

Short Bio :
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  • TRONCO used by TRACERx renal 3 new papers on renal cancer by the TRACERx consortium came out in Cell in April 2018, which used our tool TRONCO and its algorithms to detect the ordering of ...
    Posted Apr 25, 2018, 4:23 PM by Giulio Caravagna
  • Detecting repeated cancer evolution in human tumours from multi-region sequencing data My last effort to study cancer evolution is finally out as preprint (biorXiv). The problem is to infer regularities in the development of tumours (precisely, recurrent evolutionary trajectories), with clear ...
    Posted Jun 29, 2017, 12:53 AM by Giulio Caravagna
  • Learning the structure of Bayesian Networks and submodular function maximization We are happy to announce that we have finished one of the latest manuscript on model-selection for Bayesian Networks with no hidden variables. This paper shows some new connections ...
    Posted Jun 11, 2017, 4:27 AM by Giulio Caravagna
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UPCOMING EVENTS
BIOINFORMATICS (PC) 2018



I WILL ATTEND
CANCER, DEVELOPMENT AND COMPLEXITY
Como School of Advanced Studies


TRONCO / PiCnIc
TRANSLATIONAL ONCOLOGY in R