Prof Martin Howard
Computational and Systems Biology
Martin applies mathematical modelling and theory to provide mechanistic insight into complex cell biological processes, working in close collaboration with experimental scientists. Current topics of research in his group include epigenetic regulation and cell size control.
Mathematical modelling of these processes provides clues as to what is possible biologically, directing experimental work and helping to solve complex biological problems.
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Absence of warm temperature spikes revealed as driver for vernalisationread more
Cause or Consequence? Scientists help to settle an epigenetic debateread more
Institute of Physics Tom Duke Lecture Prize, 2014
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