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RoSBNet Members

Below you will find a list of RoSBNet members, with links to their websites for more information.

Engineering/Mathematics Researchers

Member Affiliation Research Interests
Antonis Papachristodoulou University of Oxford Systems and synthetic biology, nonlinear systems, automatic control systems, synchronization, complex networks
Frank Allgower Institute for Systems Theory and Automatic Control, University of Stuttgart Automatic control, systems biology
Mauricio Barahona Imperial College London Applied mathematics in biological, physical and engineering systems
Hong Yue University of Strathclyde Modelling and system analysis of biological networks; optimal/robust experimental design; Process control
William Heath University of Manchester System Identification: in particular identification of signals and dynamic models associated with biological homeostasis
Anne Smith University of St Andrews Complex biological networks (molecular, neuronal, ecological), network evolution
Marcus Tindall University of Reading Mathematical modelling, multi-scale modelling, multicellular systems biology, bacterial chemotaxis , non-linear ordinary and partial differential equations
Eric Bullinger Université de Liège Systems Biology, from data analysis over modelling to model analysis as well as the development of system theoretical methodologies
Jongrae Kim University of Glasgow Stochastic dynamics; System identification; Robustness analysis; Large-scale network analysis
Elias August Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Systems biology
Felix Reed-Tsochas University of Oxford
Jotun Hein University of Oxford Bioinformatics
James Anderson University of Oxford Control and dynamical systems, systems biology, synthetic biology
Patrick McSharry University of Oxford Signal processing, systems biology, complex adaptive systems, operations research and forecasting
Steffen Waldherr Institute for Systems Theory and Automatic Control Universität Stuttgart Applications of approaches from control engineering and dynamical systems theory to systems biology and biological networks
Reiko Tanaka Imperial College London Biological control, systems biology
Jonathan Whiteley University of Oxford Mathematical modelling and scientific computing related to multiscale, multiphysics problems arising in physiology and biology
Achillefs Kapanidis University of Oxford Single-molecule studies of DNA-processing biomachines
Darren Wilkinson Newcastle University Applications of Bayesian statistics to a variety of problems in Molecular biology, Bioinformatics and Systems Biology
David Gavaghan University of Oxford Computational biology
Declan Bates University of Exeter Robustness and feedback control in cellular and physiological systems
Jorge Goncalves University of Cambridge Systems Biology: modelling, analysis, and control of biological systems like circadian rhythms and gene regulatory networks.
Domitilla del Vecchio MIT Control and dynamical systems, biomolecular networks
Hana El-Samad University of California, San Francisco Interface between biology, mathematics, dynamical systems, and control theory
John Ryan University of Oxford Molecular motors, membrane proteins, single-molecule electronics and photonics
Mustafa Khammash University of California, Santa Barbara Control theory and its applications to engineering and to biological systems
Philip Maini University of Oxford Mathematical and computational modelling of temporal and spatiotemporal phenomena in a number of areas in the life sciences, including developmental biology, wound healing, cancer biology and bacterial chemotaxis
Nick Jones Imperial College London Cellular fluctuations and cellular energy variability, Principles of Natural networks
Steve Duncan University of Oxford Control theory, biological systems, epidemiology
Guy-Bart Stan Imperial College London Nonlinear dynamical systems and control, complex networks, synthetic biology, systems biology
Bence Melykuti University of California, Santa Barbara The interfaces of mathematical (esp. probabilistic) modelling, stochastic processes, control theory, systems biology, operations research
Abdullah Hamadeh University of Waterloo Modelling and analysis of nonlinear dynamical systems with applications to automatic control, process control and systems biology
Edward Hancock University of Oxford Nonlinear dynamical systems, systems biology
Alex Lubansky University of Oxford Microfluidics, Rheology, Synthetic Biology
Natalja Strelkowa Imperial College London Stochastic analysis of gene regulatory networks and applications of control theory and theoretical aspects of population dynamical models
Andrew Chipperfield University of Southampton Control systems engineering, biomedical modelling, signal processing
Orkun Soyer University of Exeter Evolutionary systems biology, synthetic biology, signalling networks, metabolic networks, bacterial communities
Mario Di Bernardo University of Bristol Analysis, synchronization and control of complex networks, systems and synthetic Biology
Eric Werner University of Oxford
Tongli Zhang University of Oxford Modelling signal transduction pathways in mammalian cells
Rodolphe Sepulchre Université de Liège Nonlinear control and optimization

Biology/Biochemistry Researchers

Member Affiliation Research Interests
Judy Armitage University of Oxford Bacterial networks and protein dynamics
Ian Stansfield University of Aberdeen The mechanism of protein synthesis in eukaryote cells, and in the control of gene expression at the level of mRNA translation, both using the yeast Saccharomyces as a model system
David Fell Oxford Brookes University General principles governing the organization, regulation and control of metabolism
Alex Webb University of Cambridge The physiological benefits of the circadian clock and the signalling mechanisms by which the circadian clock regulates cell physiology
Peter Swain University of Edinburgh Systems biology
Ian Thompson University of Oxford
Lee Sweetlove University of Oxford Regulation and engineering of the plant metabolic network
Mark Roberts University of Oxford/BBSRC Biological signalling circuits, bacterial transcription
Steve Porter University of Exeter Chemosensory signal transduction pathway in the photosynthetic bacterium, Rhodobacter sphaeroides
Yo-Cheng (Mark) Chang Taipei Medical University, Taiwan Systems and synthetic biology
Sara Hooshangi Union College, NY
Bela Novak University of Oxford
George Wadhams University of Oxford Quantitative analysis of bacterial signalling pathways. Rewiring two component signal transduction pathways. Manipulation of protein-protein interactions within signalling pathways. The effect of host cell choice on the input-output characteristics of biological pathways
Mark Sansom University of Oxford
Wei Huang University of Sheffield Single cell Raman tweezers technology (e.g. study genetic functions of non-culturable microorganisms in ecosystem). Microbial evolution (e.g. the role of gene transformation in evolution). Synthetic biology (e.g. gene trapping & screening, biosensors and bioenergy)
William Bryant University of Leicester
Frederik Claeyssens University of Sheffield
Jennifer Hallinan Newcastle University Complex Systems and analysis of biological networks
Karen Polizzi Imperial College London Biopharmaceutical processing, neurodegeneration and ageing, tools for synthetic biology
Katherine Denby University of Warwick
Hans Westerhoff University of Manchester Integrative systems biology
Najl Valeyev University of Kent
Nayia Petousi University of Oxford
Victoria Jackson University of Manchester Integrative Systems Biology

Researchers from the Ethical, Legal and Social Sciences

Member Affiliation Research Interests
Annamaria Carusi University of Oxford Philosophical issues relating to synthetic biology; ethics, science and technology studies
Chris Sugden University of Oxford Contemporary ideas of novelty and innovation
Michael Parker University of Oxford
Alexander Kelle University of Bath
Giovanni Boniolo European Institute of Oncology
Julian Savulescu University of Oxford
Marianne Talbot University of Oxford
Mark Sheehan University of Oxford Research ethics, ethics of emerging technologies, ethics of resource allocation, the ethics and justification of public engagement, ethics and social science methodology
Steve Clarke University of Oxford
Jane Kaye University of Oxford The role of law in the global regulation of innovative technologies in medicine, with particular focus on biobanks and standardisation
Thomas Douglas University of Oxford The ethics of enhancing or modifying moral capacities, the nature of moral improvement, and the ethics of producing and disseminating dangerous knowledge
Liam Curren
James Revill University of Sussex