Dr. Patricio Yankilevich

BS in Computer Sciences – University of Buenos Aires (UBA) (2002). Master in Bioinformatics and Neuroinformatics, University of Edinburgh (2003). Ph.D. in Molecular Biology, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain (2011).

He started working in bioinformatics in the UK, at Organon Laboratories (now Merck), then he moved to Madrid as staff scientist at the Spanish National Cancer Research Center – CNIO (2003-2005) and for Integromics S.L., a spin off of the National Center for Biotechnology – CNB (2009-2011). In Argentina he worked for Biosidus S.A. and at the Institute of Agrobiotechnology of Rosario – INDEAR (2005-2009).

Selected publications

  • Koile, D; Cordoba, M; de Sousa Serro, M; Kauffman, M; Yankilevich, P.
    GenIO: a phenotype-genotype analysis web server for clinical genomics of rare diseases.
    BMC Bioinformatics 19:25 (2018)
  • Parra, R.G.; Rohr, C.O.; Koile, D.; Perez-Castro, C.; Yankilevich, P.
    INSECT 2.0: a web-server for genome-wide cis-regulatory modules prediction.
    Bioinformatics 32:1229-31 (2016)
  • Díaz Flaqué, C.M., Galigniana, M. N., Béguelin, W., Vicario, R., Proietti, J.C., Cordo Russo, R., Rivas, A.M., Tkach, M., Guzmán, P., Roa, C. J., Maronna, E., Pineda, V., Muñoz S., Mercogliano, F.M., Charreau, H.E., Yankilevich, P., Schillaci, R., Elizalde V.P.
    Progesterone receptor assembly of a transcriptional complex along with activator protein 1, signal transducer and activator of transcription 3 and ErbB-2 governs breast cancer growth and predicts response to endocrine therapy.
    Breast Cancer Research 15:R118 (2013)
  • Andreu Alibés; Patricio Yankilevich; Andrés Cañada; Ramón Díaz-Uriarte.
    IDconverter and IDClight: Conversion and annotation of gene and protein IDs.
    BMC Bioinformatics 8:9 (2007)
  • Ribas G, Gonzalez-Neira A, Salas A, Milne RL, Vega A, Carracedo B, Gonzalez E, Barroso E, Fernandez LP, Yankilevich P, Robledo M, Carracedo A, Benitez J.
    Evaluating HapMap SNP data transferability in a large-scale genotyping project involving 175 cancer associated genes.
    Human Genetics 118:669-679 (2006)
  • Vaquerizas JM, Conde L, Yankilevich P, Cabezon A, Minguez P, Diaz-Uriarte R, Al-Shahrour F, Herrero J, Dopazo J.
    GEPAS, an experiment-oriented pipeline for the analysis of microarray gene expression data.
    Nucleic Acids Res Vol. 33, Web Server issue (2005)