Welcome to my small site! My name is Sergi Picart and I have completed Industrial Engineering and a Degree in Mathematics. I deeply thank CFIS (UPC, Barcelona, Spain) for this opportunity.
Currently, I am pursuing a PhD in Biomedical Engineering, advised by Alexandre Perera in the B2SLab. I enjoy playing with math, statistical learning and programming. Likewise, computational biology is an amusing and rewarding field to explore. My main research topic includes interpretable diffusion algorithms on biological networks, combined with functional analysis on metabolomics, transcriptomics and proteomics studies.
Null diffusion-based enrichment for metabolomics data [Bioconductor page]
FELLA: an R package to enrich metabolomics data [Bioconductor page] [OmicX] [slides]
diffuStats: an R package to compute diffusion-based scores on biological networks [Bioconductor page] [OmicX] [slides]
Benchmarking network propagation methods for disease gene identification
Publications from our collaborations
Non-targeted metabolomics reveals alterations in liver and plasma of gilt-head bream exposed to oxybenzone
Amitriptyline at an environmentally relevant concentration alters the profile of metabolites beyond monoamines in gilt‐head bream