Author Archives: Edmund Crampin
Congratulations to Matt Faria, who has been awarded his PhD at the Systems Biology Lab and the Caruso group at the University of Melbourne, for his thesis entitled “Quantifying interactions between nanoengineered particles and cells”. In his thesis, Matt introduced … Continue reading
Michael Pan, Hilary Hunt, Claire Miller and Shourya Ghosh all presented their work at the recent Biophysical Society Annual Meeting in San Francisco. Well done all!
Congratulations to Greg Bass, who has been awarded his PhD for his thesis entitled “Decoding calcium signalling crosstalk in cardiac hypertrophy”. Greg investigated calcium signalling in heart muscle cells using imaging data and mathematical models. He showed that two distinct … Continue reading
Congratulations to our colleague and former team member Dr Kenneth Tran, from the University of Auckland who, along with Dr Andrew Taberner and Prof Edmund Crampin, has been awarded a grant from the Marsden Fund (Royal Society of New Zealand) … Continue reading
We are delighted to welcome postdoctoral research fellows Dr Agnė Tilūnaitė and Dr Pete Cudmore to the Systems Biology Lab!
We are pleased to announce successful ARC Linkage Infrastructure, Equipment and Facilities (LIEF) funding worth $639,369 to a team from the ARC Centre of Excellence in BioNano Science, including SBL Director Professor Edmund Crampin. The funding will support a nano-bioscience … Continue reading
Welcome to the Systems Biology Laboratory at the University of Melbourne. At the Systems Biology Lab we build and analyse mathematical models of biological processes, pathways and networks, and the cellular geometries within which these processes take place. We apply these models to problems in human health and physiology, including cancer and heart disease. The Systems Biology […]