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PhD John Michael Hancock

PhD John Michael Hancock
no.: 55087 source: ARIS

researcher – active in research organisation
E-mail jmhancockat signgmail.com
Research activity

Code Science Field Subfield
1.05.00  Natural sciences and mathematics  Biochemistry and molecular biology   
Bibliography Representative bibliographic units | Personal| COBISS+
source: COBISS
source: SICRIS
Points
95.76
A''
60.1
A'
79.25
A1/2
79.25
CI10
1,590
CImax
343
h10
18
A1
0.4
A3
0
Data for the last 5 years (citations for the last 10 years) on April 16, 2024; A3 for period 2018-2022 (update for tender in 2023: YES)
Data for ARIS tenders ( 12.01.2024 – Project tender, archive )
Database Linked records Citations Pure citations Average pure citations
WoS 82  3,314  3,148  38.39 
Scopus 101  4,034  3,809  37.71 
Doctoral dissertations and other final papers Show
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Employments
source: ARIS
Type of employment Research org. Research group
Full time employment (20%, RD:20%)  University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Medicine  Center za funkcijsko genomiko in sistemsko medicino (Slovene) 
Research projects Legend
source: ARIS
no. Code Title Period Head No. of publications
1. J3-4513  Role and Applicability of Circular RNAs in Liver Cancer   2022 - 2024  PhD Tadeja Režen  2,613 
ARIS research and infrastructure programmes Legend
source: ARIS
no. Code Title Period Head No. of publications
1. P1-0390  Functional Genomics and Biotechnology for Health   2022 - 2024  PhD Damjana Rozman  3,691 
2. I0-E013  Sofinanciranje izvajanja mednarodnega infrastrukturnega projekta ELIXIR (Slovene)   2022  PhD Damjana Rozman  1,462 
3. P1-0390  Functional Genomics and Biotechnology for Health   2020 - 2021  PhD Damjana Rozman  4,060 
International projects
no. Code Title Period Head No. of publications
1. DIGITAL-2021-CLOUD-AI-01  Genomic Data Infrastructure (GDI   11/1/2022 - 10/31/2026  Damjana Rozman   
Biography
During my career my interests evolved from biochemistry to bioinformatics and evolutionary biology. My interest in bioinformatics took off when I was first exposed to readily available software in the mid 1980s. A lot of my career has focussed on the evolutionary dynamics of repetitive sequences, starting with ribosomal RNAs then moving on to genomic sequences and proteins. Highlights include the discovery of compensatory slippage in RNA evolution and the association of amino acid repeats with unstructured regions of proteins. When I moved to MRC Harwell in 2002 I became interested in the relationship between genotype and phenotype with an emphasis on semantic encoding of phenotype using ontologies. Since leaving Harwell I have been engaged with science policy (at BBSRC) and bioinformatics infrastructure (in ELIXIR-UK and ELIXIR). In my association with the University of Ljubljana I have consolidated links with ELIXIR, including leading the new Systems Biology Community and supported Slovenia's involvement in B1MG and the European Genomic Data Infrastructure.
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