Lab members

Botond Cseke, postdoc working on SUMO2.

Ronald Begg, postoc working on the CORMS project.

Gabriele Schweikert, postdoc working on computational epigenomic.

Andrea Ocone, PhD student, working on inference in stochastic detailed models of transcription

Daniel Trejo Banos works on the Ostreococcus tauri circadian clock, in collaboration with the Millar lab. Daniel is sponsored by a Microsoft Research Studentship

Edinburgh collaborators

Jane Hillston, with whom I share interests in dynamical systems modelling and I co-supervise Anastasis Georgoulas

Andrew Millar at the School of Biological Science, with whom Andrea, Daniel and myself are trying to develop machine learning models of circadian clocks

Adrian Bird, who co-supervises with Gabriele Schweikert on epigenomics

Matthew Bailey at the BHF Centre for Cardiovascular Research, with whom we are trying to develop models of physiological time series

Sheffield collaborators

Jeff Green and Robert Poole, Department of Molecular Biology and Biotechnology

Visakan Kadirkamanathan, Department of Automatic Control and Systems Engineering

Ilaria Bellantuono, Academic unit of bone biology

External collaborators

Manfred Opper, Technical University Berlin

Mark Girolami, and the inference group at the University of Glasgow

Alessandro Quattrone, at the Centre for Integrative Biology, University of Trento

Mahesan Niranjan at the University of Southampton

Former lab members

Maurizio Filippone, RA working on the ALMS project, now at the University of Glasgow

Grigorios Skolidis, PhD student, worked on the CLIMB project, now an RA at University College London

Shahzad Asif, PhD student, worked on inference of transcription factor activity in large scale regulatory networks. Worked here with a study grant from the Pakistani government, and is now back in Pakistan as a lecturer at the University of Engineering and Technology, Lahore.

Andrew Zammit-Mangion. Andrew was co-supervised by myself and Visakan during his PhD, and then worked here in Edinburgh for a short post-doc (8 months) pump-priming research with Matt Bailey at cardiovascular science