Anderson Brito takes part on an outreach activity in South East London

Anderson Brito took part on an outreach activity at St Joseph College Beulah Hill (Upper Norwood, South East London). The event was coordinated by the non-profit organization Native Scientist, and was aimed to Portuguese and Brazilian pupils aged 6-10. They were taught in Portuguese about general aspects of Viruses, from morphology to viral diseases and their symptoms.

Ann Babtie speaks about gene regulatory network inference

Ann Babtie presented her research ‘Gene regulatory network inference using multivariate information measures’ at a seminar in the Applied Mathematics group at the Southampton University.

Anderson Brito presents at 12th International Conference of the Brazilian Association of Bioinformatics and Computational Biology

Anderson Brito presented his work on ‘Reconstructing ancestral protein-protein interactions of virus-host systems’ at the ‘X-Meeting 2016 – 12th International Conference of the Brazilian Association of Bioinformatics and Computational Biology (AB3C)’ at the Federal University of Minas Gerais, Belo Horizonte (Brazil).

Anderson Brito speaks at XV Biology Week of the University of Brasília

Anderson Brito presented his work on ‘Principles of Graphic Design for Science Communication’ at the ‘XV Biology Week of the University of Brasília (SemaBio-UnB 2016)’ at the University of Brasília, Brasília (Brazil).

We welcome Irene Robles Rebollo

The Theoretical Systems Biology group welcomes our new PhD student Irene Robles Rebollo!
Irene will work for the next three years on her project “Nuclear architecture and gene expression”, where she will focuss on understanding the relationship between chromatin organization and the control of gene expression. To do so, she is going to combine a range of single-cell techniques with computational approaches to uncover how cells produce precise responses.

Proteasome-catalysed peptide splicing published in Science

Our paper on ‘A large fraction of HLA class I ligands are proteasome-generated spliced peptides’ is now published in Science.

A large fraction of HLA class I ligands are proteasome-generated spliced peptides.
Juliane Liepe, Fabio Marino, John Sidney, Anita Jeko, Daniel E. Bunting, Alessandro Sette, Peter M. Kloetzel, Michael P. H. Stumpf, Albert J. R. Heck, Michele Mishto
Science 21 Oct 2016: Vol. 354, Issue 6310, pp. 354-358 DOI: 10.1126/science.aaf4384

Ann Babtie presents her work at MASAMB

Ann Babtie presented her research ‘Inferring gene regulatory networks from single cell transcriptomic data’ at the MASAMB conference in Cambridge.

Juliane speaks at MASAMB

Juliane Liepe gave a talk at the MASAMB conference in cambridge. She spoke about “Bayesian Methods to study immune cell migration.”

Michael Stumpf and Eszter Lakatos present at Physics of Living Matter Symposium

Michael Stumpf was invited to speak about ‘Uncertainty in the networks, landscapes and dynamics underlying developmental processes’ at the ‘Physics of Living Matter Symposium’ in Cambridge.
Eszter Lakatos presented her work on a poster.

Eszter presents at ICSB

Eszter Lakatos presented her work on a poster at the the “International Conference on Systems Biology” in Barcelona (Spain).