Michael Stumpf

Theoretical Systems Biology, Imperial College, London UK

The research in the Theoretical Systems Biology Group covers a wide range of biological problems and uses a diverse set of mathematical and statistical techniques. Their main research interests are in molecular and evolutionary systems biology, mathematical modelling and statistical inference applied to biological processes. The common themes to our work are the analysis of stochastic processes that give rise to highly structured data, and the development of tools to reverse-engineer the structure, dynamics and evolutionary history of biological systems. They are applying these tools to a broad range of biological systems, from prokaryotes to human.

In October 2009 Stumpf was awarded a Royal Society Wolfson Research Merit Award.
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