Michael Stumpf
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Description

I hold the Chair of Theoretical Systems Biology, and work on a range of topics in Theoretical Systems Biology, Evolutionary Theory and Statistical Bioinformatics. I originally studied theoretical physics in Tübingen, Göttingen and Oxford. I completed my DPhil in Statistical Physics in Oxford in 1999 and moved straight into Biology. I spent three years as a Wellcome Trust Research Training Fellow in Mathematical Biology in the Department of Zoology in Oxford. In 2002 I took up a Wellcome Trust Career Development Fellowship and moved to the Department of Biology at UCL in London. Since October 2003 I am in the Cent re for Bioinformatics at Imperial College London.

From October 2004 until December 2007 I was an Embo Young Investigator. Between March 2006 and February 2009 I was on the BBSRC Engineering and Biological Systems Research Committee. Since October 2008 I am on the BBSRC Training and Awards Committee. In October 2009 I was awarded a Royal Society Wolfson Research Merit Award.

I am course director of the MSc in Bioinformatics at Imperial College London and am involved with the 3rd year undergraduate option in Systems Biology.


Lectures:

lecture
flag Validating inferred gene networks using ODE models of regulation dynamics
as author at  Learning and Inference in Computational Systems Biology (LICSB), Glasgow 2008,
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flag Opening - LICSB '09
as author at  Workshop on Learning and Inference in Computational and Systems Biology (LICSB), London 2009,
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