Donatien Chedom fotso
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- Applied Statistics and Data Analysis
- Evolutionary Genetics and Genomics
- Machine learning and data mining technics
- Probability theory and applications
- Predictive analysis/ Risk Modeling
Two internships in Cancer Bioinformatics for Master students are available under my supervision. If you are interested and have some skills in R or python programming with some basic knowledges in Genetics and Statistics do not hesitate to contact me.
- Chedom-Fotso Donatien, Ahmed Ashour Ahmed, and Christopher Yau. "OncoPhase: Quantification of somatic mutation cellular prevalence using phase information." bioRxiv (2016): 046631.
- Hellner, Karin, Fabrizio Miranda, Donatien Fotso Chedom, Sandra Herrero-Gonzalez, Daniel M. Hayden, Rick Tearle, Mara Artibani et al. "Premalignant SOX2 overexpression in the fallopian tubes of ovarian cancer patients: Discovery and validation studies." EBioMedicine (2016).
- Miranda, F., Mannion, D., ... & Chedom Fotso D.. “Salt-Inducible Kinase 2 Couples Ovarian Cancer Cell Metabolism with Survival at the Adipocyte-Rich Metastatic Niche”. Cancer Cell, 2016, 30(2), 273-289.
- Karin Hellner, Fabrizio Miranda, Donatien Chedom-Fotso and al. “Founder mutations in novel repressor elements induce SOX2 expression in the fallopian tube epithelium of high-grade serous ovarian cancers”. Under Review Nature Communication
- Chedom, Donatien F., Pablo R. Murcia, and Chris D. Greenman. "Inferring the Clonal Structure of Viral Populations from Time Series Sequencing."PLoS Comput Biol 11.11 (2015): e1004344.
- Mauchline, T.H., Chedom-Fotso, D., and al.. (2015) “An analysis of Pseudomonas genomic diversity in take-all infected wheat fields reveals the lasting impact of wheat cultivars on the soil microbiota”. Environmental Microbiology 17: 4764-4778.
- Donatien Chedom Fotso, Florin Avram, Laure pauline Fotso, « Processus de Markov a Temps Continu Et Applications ». Editions Universitaires Europeennes, 2012.
- Florin Avram, Donatien F. Chedom, “On symbolic RG factorization of quasi-birth-and-death processes”, Journal TOP, no. 2 (2011): 317-335.
- F. Avram, D. F. Chedom, A. Hovarth, “On moments based Padé approximations of ruin probabilities”. Journal of Computational and Applied Mathematics 235 (2011) 3215-3228.
- D. F. Chedom, F. Avram, L. P. Fotso : “On the modeling and optimization of a retrials multiserver queueing system with balking, impatience and feedback”, Research Report, University of Pau, 2010.
- D. CHEDOM F, L.P FOTSO, “Etude et simulation du phénomène d’attente dans un système bancaire. Approximation des mesures de performances des files d’attente M/G/c », Actes CARI’06. 2006. 249-256.
Donatien Chedom Fotso
PhD (Appl Math & Comp Sci), Msc (Comp Sci)
Researcher in Cancer Genome Informatics
- Lead Analytic in Cancer Genomics (Ovarian Cancer Lab)
- Member of Dr Chris Yau's group at the Wellcome Trust Centre for Human Genetics
I joined the university of Oxford in November 2014 as a researcher in Cancer Genome Informatics between Professor Ahmed's Ovarian Cancer Laboratory (Nuffield Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology) and Dr Chris Yau’s Group (Wellcome Trust Centre for Human Genetics).
Following a postgraduate degree in computer science at the University of Yaounde I (Cameroon), I went on to complete a joint-supervised PhD between the Applied Mathematic Laboratory of the University of Pau in France and the Department of Computer Science of the University of Yaoundé I in Cameroun. My thesis deals with practical problems in the areas of queuing and risk theory that lead to Markov models whose exact or even asymptotic resolution are quite difficult.
I spent three years in the Biostatistics group of The Genome Analysis Centre (TGAC) working on Virus Genomics and developed a novel approach for inferring the clonal composition and evolutional history of a viral population from Next Generation Sequencing data.
My actual works concerns the developing of computational and statistical techniques required to analyze cancer genomic data with a main interest to Ovarian Cancer.
I am also co-supervising two PhD students in the Department of Statistics, the Welcome Trust Centre for Human Genetics and the Nuffield Department of Obstetrics and gynaecology (Ovarian Cancer Research).