Scientific Publications

ORCID: 0000-0002-4417-1018

Total: 46

First/last/corresponding author: 27


  1. Brazas MD, Brooksbank C, Jimenez RC, Blackford S, Palagi PM, De Las Rivas J, et al. A global perspective on bioinformatics training needs. bioRxiv. Cold Spring Harbor Labs Journals; 2017; 098996.
  2. Corpas M, Whicher C, Kovalevskaya NV, Byers T, McMurray AA, Nielsen FGG, et al. 10 Simple Rules for Sharing Human Genomic Data. bioRxiv. Cold Spring Harbor Labs Journals; 2017; 094110.


  1. Corpas M. Progress on the Genome Characterisation of D. alata. Plant and Animal Genome XXIV Conference. Plant and Animal Genome; 2016.
  2. Top 10 metrics for life science software good practices. F1000Res. 2016;5.
  3. Reyes-Palomares A, Bueno A, Rodríguez-López R, Medina MÁ, Sánchez-Jiménez F, Corpas M, et al. Systematic identification of phenotypically enriched loci using a patient network of genomic disorders. BMC Genomics. BioMed Central; 2016;17: 232.


  1. Budd A, Corpas M, Brazas MD, Fuller JC, Goecks J, Mulder NJ, et al. A quick guide for building a successful bioinformatics community. PLoS Comput Biol. Public Library of Science; 2015;11: e1003972.
  2. Rallapalli G, Saunders DGO, Yoshida K, Edwards A, Lugo CA, Collin S, et al. Lessons from Fraxinus, a crowd-sourced citizen science game in genomics. Elife. eLife Sciences Publications Limited; 2015;4: e07460.
  3. Atwood TK, Bongcam-Rudloff E, Brazas ME, Corpas M, Gaudet P, Lewitter F, et al. GOBLET: the global organisation for bioinformatics learning, education and training. PLoS Comput Biol. Public Library of Science; 2015;11: e1004143.
  4. Duarte AMS, Psomopoulos FE, Blanchet C, Bonvin AM, Corpas M, Franc A, et al. Future opportunities and trends for e-infrastructures and life sciences: going beyond the grid to enable life science data analysis. Front Genet. Frontiers Media SA; 2015;6.
  5. Corpas M, Valdivia-Granda W, Torres N, Greshake B, Coletta A, Knaus A, et al. Crowdsourced direct-to-consumer genomic analysis of a family quartet. BMC Genomics. BioMed Central; 2015;16: 910.
  6. Yachdav G, Goldberg T, Wilzbach S, Dao D, Shih I, Choudhary S, et al. Anatomy of BioJS, an open source community for the life sciences. Elife. eLife Sciences Publications Limited; 2015;4: e07009.


  1. Thanki AS, Caim S, Corpas M, Davey RP. DNAContentViewer a BioJS component to visualise GC/AT Content. F1000Res. 2014;3.
  2. Corpas M, Jimenez R, Carbon SJ, García A, Garcia L, Goldberg T, et al. BioJS: an open source standard for biological visualisation–its status in 2014. F1000Res. 2014;3.
  3. Thanki AS, Caim S, Corpas M, Davey RP. a BioJS component to visualise GC/AT DNAContentViewer Content [version 1; referees: 2 approved with reservations]. 2014;
  4. Corpas M, Jimenez RC, Bongcam-Rudloff E, Budd A, Brazas MD, Fernandes PL, et al. Edinburgh Research Explorer. 2014;
  5. Corpas M. The BioJS article collection of open source components for biological data visualisation. F1000Res. 2014;3.
  6. Thanki AS, Jimenez RC, Kaithakottil GG, Corpas M, Davey RP. wigExplorer [version 1. 2014;
  7. Saunders D, Yoshida K, Sambles C, Glover R, Clavijo B, Corpas M, et al. Crowdsourced analysis of ash and ash dieback through the Open Ash Dieback project: A year 1 report on datasets and analyses contributed by a self-organising community. BioRxiv. Cold Spring Harbor Labs Journals; 2014; 004564.
  8. Corpas M, Jimenez RC, Bongcam-Rudloff E, Budd A, Brazas MD, Fernandes PL, et al. The GOBLET training portal: a global repository of bioinformatics training materials, courses and trainers. Bioinformatics. Oxford University Press; 2014; btu601.


  1. Jimenez RC, Corpas M. Bioinformatics workflows and web services in systems biology made easy for experimentalists. In Silico Systems Biology. Humana Press; 2013; 299–310.
  2. Corpas M, Cariaso M, Coletta A, Weiss D, Harrison AP, Moran F, et al. A Complete Public Domain Family Genomics Dataset. bioRxiv. Cold Spring Harbor Labs Journals; 2013; 000216.
  3. de Ridder J, Bromberg Y, Michaut M, Satagopam VP, Corpas M, Macintyre G, et al. The young PI buzz: learning from the organizers of the junior principal investigator meeting at ISMB-ECCB 2013. PLoS Comput Biol. Public Library of Science; 2013;9: e1003350.
  4. Jimenez RC, Albar JP, Bhak J, Blatter M-C, Blicher T, Brazas MD, et al. iAnn: an event sharing platform for the life sciences. Bioinformatics. Oxford University Press; 2013;29: 1919–1921.
  5. Corpas M. Crowdsourcing the corpasome. Source Code Biol Med. BioMed Central; 2013;8: 13.
  6. Gómez J, García LJ, Salazar GA, Villaveces J, Gore S, García A, et al. BioJS: an open source JavaScript framework for biological data visualization. Bioinformatics. Oxford University Press; 2013; btt100.


  1. Corpas M, Fatumo S, Schneider R. How not to be a bioinformatician. Source Code Biol Med. BioMed Central; 2012;7: 3.
  2. Corpas M. A family experience of personal genomics. J Genet Couns. Springer US; 2012;21: 386–391.
  3. Glusman G, Cariaso M, Jimenez R, Swan D, Greshake B, Bhak J, et al. Low budget analysis of Direct-To-Consumer genomic testing familial data. F1000Res. 2012;1.
  4. Swaminathan GJ, Bragin E, Chatzimichali EA, Corpas M, Bevan AP, Wright CF, et al. DECIPHER: web-based, community resource for clinical interpretation of rare variants in developmental disorders. Hum Mol Genet. Oxford University Press; 2012; dds362.
  5. Corpas M, Bragin E, Clayton S, Bevan P, Firth HV. Interpretation of genomic copy number variants using DECIPHER. Curr Protoc Hum Genet. John Wiley & Sons, Inc.; 2012; 8–14.
  6. Corpas M. A genome blogger manifesto. Gigascience. BioMed Central; 2012;1: 15.
  7. Corpas M. Spanish cuts: more economic damage. Nature. Nature Publishing Group; 2012;487: 38–38.

2011 & before

  1. Corpas M, Doumbia S, Gascuel O, Mulder N. Bamako 2009 Conference on the Bioinformatics of Infectious Diseases. Elsevier; 2011.
  2. Jimenez RC, Salazar GA, Gel B, Dopazo J, Mulder N, Corpas M. myKaryoView: a light-weight client for visualization of genomic data. PLoS One. Public Library of Science; 2011;6: e26345.
  3. Firth HV, Fitzpatrick DR, Parker M, Bevan AP, Corpas M, Bragin E, et al. The Deciphering Developmental Disorders (DDD) project. JOURNAL OF MEDICAL GENETICS. BMJ PUBLISHING GROUP BRITISH MED ASSOC HOUSE, TAVISTOCK SQUARE, LONDON WC1H 9JR, ENGLAND; 2010. pp. S43–S43.
  4. Corpas M, Doumbia S, Gascuel O, Mulder N. Bioinformatics of Infectious Diseases”-Editorial. Infect Genet Evol. 2009;9: 3.
  5. Corpas M, Richards S, Bevan AP, Van Vooren S, Pettett RM, Firth HV, et al. DECIPHER: Shedding Light on Chromosomal Imbalance and Phenotype Interpretation. Chromosome Res. 2009;17: 13–14.
  6. Firth HV, Richards SM, Bevan AP, Clayton S, Corpas M, Rajan D, et al. DECIPHER: Database of Chromosomal Imbalance and Phenotype in Humans Using Ensembl Resources. Am J Hum Genet. Cell Press; 2009;84: 524–533.
  7. Reisinger F, Corpas M, Hancock J, Hermjakob H, Birney E, Kahlem P. ENFIN-An integrative structure for systems biology. International Workshop on Data Integration in the Life Sciences. Springer Berlin Heidelberg; 2008. pp. 132–143.
  8. Corpas M, Gehlenborg N, Janga SC, Bourne PE. Ten simple rules for organizing a scientific meeting. PLoS Comput Biol. Public Library of Science; 2008;4: e1000080.
  9. Gehlenborg N, Corpas M, Janga SC. Highlights from the Third International Society for Computational Biology Student Council Symposium at the Fifteenth Annual International Conference on Intelligent Systems for Molecular Biology. BMC Bioinformatics. BioMed Central; 2007;8: I1.
  10. Corpas M, Sinnott J, Thorne D, Pettifer S, Attwood TK, al. E, et al. PFF-an integrated database of residues and fragments critical for protein folding. BMC Syst Biol. 2007;1: P48.
  11. Corpas M, Pettifer DS. Folding patterns in protein sequences. University of Manchester; 2006.
  12. Corpas M. Integrating Simulation Packages via Systems Biology Mark-Up Language. International Conference on Computational Methods in Systems Biology. Springer Berlin Heidelberg; 2003. pp. 167–167.

Book Chapters

  1. R.C. Jimenez, M. Corpas (2013). Bioinformatics Workflows and Web-services in Systems Biology Made Easy


  1. J. Chomilier, M. Lonquety, N. Papandreou, E. Eliopoulos, I. N. Berezovsky, E. Trifonov, T. K. Attwood, M. Corpas, S. Pettifer, D.Thorne, J. Sinnott, J.-M. Kwasigroch, D. Gilis, Y. Dehouck, M. Rooman, L. Serrano, F. Stricher, D. Perahia, L. Mouawad, C. H. Robert (2006). Technical Report on Achievements of the PFF consortium. Athens, Greece.
  2. M. Corpas (2004). ISCB Student Council: Our Vision, Our Future. ISCB Newsletter, Vol.7 Issue 4. December, 2004.


  1. M. Corpas (2007). Folding Patterns in Protein Sequence. A thesis submitted for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy to the Faculty of Engineering and Physical Sciences. University of Manchester, UK [pdf]
  2. M. Corpas (2001). A SAX Parser for Systems Biology Markup Language . MSc Bioinformatics thesis, University of Manchester, UK

Conference Posters

  1. D. Swarbreck, B. Clavijo, D. Mapleson, M. Corpas, A. Sugio, K. Kowitwanich, P. Lenzi, G. Kettles, and S. Hogenhout (2013).  Draft genome sequence of the polyphagous green peach aphid (Myzus persicae), National Institutes of Bioscience Conference 2013, UK.
  2. D. Swarbreck, M. Corpas, S. Caim, D. Marshal, C. Simpson, J.W.S. Brown (2013). The International Barley Genome Sequencing Consortium. Dynamic Alternative Splicing in Barley. Genome Informatics, Robinson College, Cambridge, UK.
  3. J. Higgins, M. Corpas, N. Chapman, G. King, G. Seymour, D. Swarbreck (2012). Effect of a wild species introgression on genome methylation in Tomato. UK Next Gen Sequencing Meeting 2012, Nottingham, UK.
  4. M. Corpas, D. Swarbreck (2012) Enhancing Gene Annotation in Castor bean through RNA-Seq. Intelligent Systems for Molecular Biology (ISMB), Long Beach, California.
  5. P. Kahlem, M. Corpas, E. Birney (2008) – ENFIN – Integrative Systems Biology Across Europe. Computational Cell Biology, Joint Cold Spring Harbour Laboratory/Wellcome Trust Conference.
  6. M. Corpas, J. Sinnott, D. Thorne, S. Pettifer, and T. Attwood, and the PFF Consortium (2007). PFFmot – An integrated resource for characterising structural and functional regions in proteins. AFP-Biosapiens 2007, Vienna, Austria.
  7. M. Corpas (2004). Large Scale Correspondence of Structural Domains to Sequence motifs. Genome Informatics, Joint Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory/Wellcome Trust Conference. September 22-26, 2004, Cambridge, UK.
  8. S. Pettifer, T. Attwood, J. Sinnott, N. Vass, and M. Corpas (2002). UTOPIA: User-friendly Tools for OPerating Informatics Applications. Proceedings of 1st All-Hands Meeting of the UK e-Science Programme, Sept  2002.