Dr Claudio Angione is an Associate Professor in Computer Science at Teesside University (TU), where he leads the Computational Systems Biology Research Group, and co-leads the university-wide Centre for Digital Innovation. He also held two Visiting Professor positions at the University of Bari, Italy, and KMUTT, Thailand. He joined TU in 2015, after a Research Associate position at the University of Cambridge, and a Research Intern position at Microsoft Research UK. He holds a PhD in Computer Science from the University of Cambridge.
Dr Angione works at the intersection of computer science, mathematics and biomedicine. Research topics include biologically interpretable machine/deep learning, modelling and optimisation, metabolic modelling, multi-omics integration. He has published more than 50 peer-reviewed papers, with a number of recent projects led by Dr Angione being published in iScience (Cell Press), Bioinformatics, and PNAS. He has recently received several awards for his academic contributions, including an award by the Italian Embassy for the best research project in the Physical and Engineering Sciences in 2016, and a Network Development Award from The Alan Turing Institute in 2022.