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Academic Biography

Dr Claudio Angione joined Teesside University in 2015 as a Senior Lecturer in Computer Science.

Before joining Teesside, he worked at Microsoft Research in Cambridge and as a Research Associate at the University of Cambridge.

Claudio holds a PhD in Computer Science at the University of Cambridge, UK, with a thesis titled "Computational methods for multi-omic models of cell metabolism and their importance for theoretical computer science".

He previously obtained a Degree in Applied Mathematics from the University of Catania, Italy. He also obtained a Higher Education Diploma from the Institute for Advanced Studies of the University of Catania, Italy.

His research interests are at the intersection of computer science, mathematics and biology. They include systems biology of genome-scale models, cancer metabolism, machine learning, multi-objective optimisation, computation with molecular Turing machines, and statistical-physical approaches in satisfiability problems.

Personal webpage: https://www.scm.tees.ac.uk/c.angione/

Summary of Research Interests

  • Multi-omic models of cell metabolism
  • Machine and deep learning
  • Cancer metabolism
  • Systems biology of genome-scale models
  • Multi-objective optimization
  • Living organisms as Turing machines

Education/Academic qualification

PhD, University of Cambridge

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Projects 2016 2021

Research Output 2012 2019

Social Dynamics Modeling of Chrono-nutrition

Di Stefano, A., Scata, M., Vijayakumar, S., Angione, C., La Corte, A. & Lio, P., 30 Jan 2019, In : PLoS Computational Biology. 15, 1, e1006714.

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Social Dynamics
human behavior
Nutrition
Human Behavior
Dynamic Modeling

CiliateGEM: an open-project and a tool for predictions of ciliate metabolic variations and experimental condition design

Mancini, A., Eyassu, F., Conway, M., Occhipinti, A., Lió, P., Angione, C. & Pucciarelli, S., 30 Nov 2018, In : BMC Bioinformatics. 19, (Suppl 15), p. 442-442

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Metabolism
Research Design
Glucose
Metabolic Network
Prediction

In silico engineering of Pseudomonas metabolism reveals new biomarkers for increased biosurfactant production

Occhipinti, A., Eyassu, F., Rahman, T., Rahman, P. & Angione, C., 17 Dec 2018, In : PeerJ. 25 p.

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biosurfactants
Pseudomonas putida
Biomarkers
Pseudomonas
Metabolism

Integrated computational extraction of cross-cancer poly-omic signatures

Zampieri, G. & Angione, C., 19 May 2018, (Accepted/In press).

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Neoplasms
Genome

Integrating splice-isoform expression into genome-scale models characterizes breast cancer metabolism

Angione, C., 1 Feb 2018, In : Bioinformatics. 34, 3, p. 494–501 8 p.

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Breast Cancer
Metabolism
Protein Isoforms
Genome
Genes