Antonio Miñarro Alonso


Antonio Miñarro Alonso

Associate Professor

Department of Genetics, Microbiology and Statistics: Section of Statistics

(University of Barcelona)



I graduated in Biology at the University of Barcelona (1984) and obtained my Ph.D. in (1991) in the Department of Statistics of the University of Barcelona.  I am currently Associate Professor of the Genetics, Microbiology and Statistics Department of the University of Barcelona.

Research areas:

  • Statistical Methodology: Our study has focused on the geometric properties of populations and statistical individuals. Especially in the construction and analysis of the properties of statistical distances.
  • Bioinformatics: Application of non-parametric estimation techniques for the study of differential expression in the field of genomics.
  • Metabolomics: Statistical data analysis of metabolomic studies.



Publication links: ORCID, ResearcherID, ResearchGateSCOPUS


Ph.D. in Biology, University of Barcelona, 1991

BSc in Biology, University of Barcelona, 1984



Statistics, Experimental Design and Data Analysis in the Biotechnology, Biochemistry and Biomedical Sciences degrees of the University of Barcelona (UB).

Foundations of Statistical Inference, in the Master's Degree in Statistics and Operations Research (UB-UPC)

Dynamical systems in Ecology, in the master's degree in Ecology, Environmental Management and Restoration (UB)