The Department of Computational Biology (CB) does research on
mathematical modelling of biological systems and on developing
algorithms and software for simulating biological functions
and analysing biological data.
We are also actively involved in joint projects with experimental biologists.
The main research areas of CB are:
Computational Neuroscience (vision, olfaction, motor control, memory, cell modelling)
Neuroinformatics (exploring the brain and the nerve system with computer science tools)
(mechanisms of gene regulation, non-coding RNA, physics of small systems)
Bioinformatics (comparative genomics, modelling evolution, gene
regulation, modelling cancer progression, mRNA editing)
CB is involved in:
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