|Prof. Mauricio Barahona||Dynamics of networks of interconnected nonlinear systems, Theory of synchronization, Algorithms for nonlinear signal analysis, Multiscale dynamics and model reduction of bio-systems, Mathematical and computational firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Dr. Dorothy Buck||
Site-specific recombination, Mechanisms of type-2 Topoisomerases, Integron Integrases, Mechanisms of Antibiotic Resistance, Knot Theory, 3-manifold Topology
|Dr. Caroline Colijn||Mathematical and genomic epidemiology, Modelling bacterial metabolism and evolution and spread of antibiotic resistance.|
|Dr. Nick Jones||Networks and Fluctuations - Complex Systems and Systems Biology: Network (graph) analysis, the principles of networks and combinatorics; Transport and development in biological networks; Statistical signal processing; Mitochondrial dynamics; Stochasticity and stem cells; Data email@example.com|
|Dr Eric Keavney||Microorganism locomotion and cellular mechanics; Suspensions of interacting and active particles; Mechanics of soft materials and complex fluids; Low Reynolds number hydrodynamics; Numerical methods and computational firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Dr. Vahid Shahrezaei||Computational Molecular Systems Biology, Design principles that enable cells to function robustly, in spite of significant inherent stochasticity and environmental noise. To this end, a combination of analytical and computational methods is used to investigate the temporal, spatial and stochastic dynamics of biochemical email@example.com|
|Dr Mariano Beguerisse-Diaz
James S. McDonnell Foundation Fellow
Network science, complexity, mathematical biology, computational social science, and data science.
|Dr Thomas Ouldridge
Junior Research Fellow
Understanding the limits and costs of cellular sensing and signalling; modelling DNA nanotechnology; development of algorithms and tools for simulation, a key aspect underlying much of my research.
|Dr Diego Oyarzún
Junior Research Fellow
Biomolecular control systems; metabolic dynamics; gene regulatory networks; feedback control theory for Systems and Synthetic Biology; design of synthetic gene circuits.
|Samuel Johnson||Marie Curie Fellow|
|Iain G Johnston||MRC Fellow|