Prof Martin Howard
Computational and Systems Biology
Martin applies mathematical modelling and theory to understand complex mechanistic cell biological problems.
Martin works with experimental scientists who provide data for modelling in, for example, epigenetic regulation or cell size control.
Mathematical modelling of these problems provides clues as to what is possible biologically, directing experimental work and helping to solve complex biological problems.
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Institute of Physics Tom Duke Lecture Prize, 2014
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