Melbourne integrative genomics

The groups based within Melbourne Integrate Genomics all apply various computational and experimental approaches to understand how genes shape living organisms, at large scale. Research includes the development of robust gene regulatory models with applications in synthetic biology, studies of human evolution at both the genetic and the experimental level, and tackling computational and statistical problems in population genetics, including helping to understand the complex HLA and KIR gene systems and the genomic basis of complex human traits.


Supervisors

David Balding

Statistical genomics

Irene Gallego Romero

Human evolution and functional genomics

Stephen Leslie

Statistical Genetics/Genomics

Michael Stumpf

Theoretical systems biology

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