FRANCESCO PESCE

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    Base

    Nome e Cognome

    FRANCESCO PESCE

    Anno di nascita

    1981

    Recapito telefonico

    +393336086633

    Recapito email

    f.pesce@outlook.com

    Profilo Linkedin

    http://www.linkedin.com/in/francescopesce

    Contatto skype

    francpesce

    Località in cui lavori o vivi

    Bari

    Anno di Laurea (Magistrale)

    2006

    Specializzazione

    Nefrologia

    Esperienza post Laurea Magistrale

    Servizio pubblico

    Formazione post-laurea

    Dottorato di ricerca

    Esperienza professionale

    Assegno di ricerca

    Eventuale istituzione/azienda in cui lavori

    Università degli Studi di Bari

    Descrizione competenze

    Systems Biology – during his PhD he implemented a translational genomics approach to dissect mechanisms of heart failure and recovery integrating –omics data from human and animal models. In particular, he is an expert in Systems Genetics and biostatistics in the context of high-throughput data. He applied different bioinformatic techniques to study glomerulonephritis and complex diseases (e.g.: obesity) and has published in top journals such as Nature Genetics, Nature Communications, Journal of the American Society of Nephrology and Kidney International.

    Predictive models – he has a strong collaboration with computer scientists and developed a clinical decision support system available online to estimate the risk of end-stage kidney disease in patients with IgA nephropathy using clinical data available at the time of renal biopsy.

    Precision medicine – he is evaluating the use of genetics and biomarkers to stratify patients and predict their response to therapy and long-term outcomes.  Ultimately, he is working to interpret genome information so that it can be used to optimise treatment choice.

    Technology Transfer – he has been Event Lead for the London Chapter of Oxbridge Biotech to engage academic and industry communities on-campus and he has a particular focus on technology transfer-oriented research. He helped organize OneStart in London, the world’s largest life sciences and healthcare startup accelerator program, working closely with consultants in McKinsey & Company, Boston Consulting Group and other leading consulting companies.