Our group tries to understand how cellular and molecular systems interpret signals from their environment and adapt their behaviour as a consequence. We use detailed and quantitative computational models and simulations to reproduce and study cellular and molecular processes. The group also participates to the development of community services that facilitate research in computational systems biology.
Staff of the week
Elisa Brandetti is a visiting student in Nicolas Le Novère’s lab, thanks to a fellowship from the Leonardo Da Vinci Programme. She is an undergraduate student at the Medical Biotechnology Faculty of Medicine in Rome. She has spent previous internships focused on haematopoietic stem cells processing aimed at bone marrow transplant. In the group, she is modelling Smad dependent TGF-beta signalling pathways and work on the integration of these models with other signalling pathways and transcription factor networks.
Working with us
If you are interested to work with us at the Babraham Institute, have a look at the proposed positions, for instance:
PhD studentship: Non-coding RNA regulation of stem-cell pluripotency and differentiation
Application deadline: 13 December 2013; Starting date: October 2014. More information.
PhD project starting Oct 2015
The third round of BBSRC PhD studentships at University of Cambridge is open. This is for training and rotation projects starting in Oct 2014 and PhD project from October 2015. If you want to do a PhD with us, apply via the university website. Application deadline: 03 December 2013
Le Novere Lab
Babraham Research Campus
Cambridge CB22 3AT
e-mail: lenov[ AT ]babraham.ac.uk