I use statistics to deepen our understanding of the three-dimensional organization of DNA and its effects on gene regulation. In particular, I enjoy the challenges and opportunities presented by sequencing technologies.
I use a combination of wet-lab and computational approaches to optimise the analysis of promoter-enhancer interactions in the context of gene regulatory networks
I am studying the sequence organisation of mammalian regulatory regions using a combination of wet-lab and computational approaches.
Michiel is studying the epigenetic properties and dynamics of promoter interactions in 3D space.
Pawel is studying the relationship between genetic variation and promoter interactions.
Lina’s project focuses on single-cell RNA-seq analyses to characterise the vascular smooth muscle cell niche.
I am interested in the logic and robustness of gene regulation. I am also interested in keeping the group happy and motivated.
More about Mikhail
Email addresses are @ babraham.ac.uk
Hashem has moved to start has own group at Oxford University’s Radcliffe Department of Medicine.
Paula moved to MRC LMB as a founding member of the core bioinformatics facility.
Sunghee stayed with us in autumn 2016 and is now back to her research professor position at Soongsil University in Seoul.
Phoebe moved back to the US to start a PhD at Columbia University.
Qian joined Adaptimmune as a bioinformatics scientist.
Erin moved on to do a PhD in Andreas Bender’s group at Cambridge University’s Department of Chemistry
Manuela was staying with us in 2013 as part of our collaboration with her main lab at UCL led by Vincent Plagnol. Manuela has moved on to become a data scientist at ARM.