Computational Design for Synthetic Biology Group
What we are about
Our aim is to conduct research in Systems and Synthetic Biology, with a focus
on computational techniques to model, analyse, design and construct biological
systems, and to apply this research to challenging real-world problems,
especially in biology, environment, engineering and health science.
We are members of the
Biology Research Theme in the
Institute of Environment, Health
as well as the
Department of Computer Science
Brunel University London,
and conduct our research in close collaboration with
bioscientists from Brunel as well as other institutions.
Bello Suleiman, 3rd year PhD student, jointly supervised by Alessandro Pandini and Nigel
Yasoda Jayaweera, 2nd year PhD student, jointly supervised by Alessandro Pandini.
Leila Ghanbar, 1st year PhD student, jointly supervised by Ashraf Khir.
Externally funded projects
postdoctoral research fellow on the
Pam Gao, past PhD student.
- Ovidiu Parvu, past PhD student.
- Mohsina Ferdous, past PhD student (2nd supervisor)
Maciej Trybilo, past PhD student.
Zujian Wu, past PhD student.
Xuan Liu (now at Liverpool
Wang (left to industry)
Daniele Maccagnola, now a PhD student at
Milano Bicocca University, Italy.
Esther Bamigboye, Summer student in 2011 when studying for BSc in Biomedical Sciences.