Computational Modelling Group

Dr Robert Ewing

Senior Lecturer
Biological Sciences (FNES)
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Focused on understanding protein interaction networks in biological systems using both lab-based and computational approaches. More details on my lab homepage and my faculty web-page.

Research Interests

Life sciences simulation: Bioinformatics, Biomedical, Biomolecular Organisation, Biomolecular simulations, Developmental Biology, NextGen Sequencing, Systems biology

Algorithms and computational methods: Graph Theory

Visualisation and data handling methods: Data Management, Database

Programming languages and libraries: Matlab, Perl, R

Computational platforms: Linux

Transdisciplinary tags: Quantitative Biology, Visualisation

Robert's team members

Gregory Parkes
Postgraduate Research Student, Electronics and Computer Science (FPAS)
Harry L
Postgraduate Research Student, Biological Sciences (FNES)
Ben Draper
None, None


Computational framework for discovery of novel human protein-protein interaction networks

Discovering protein interaction sub-networks that regulate pluripotency states in embryonic stem cells