Chris Barnes
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I originally studied physics and completed my PhD in experimental high energy physics at Imperial College / Fermilab in 2005. I worked for a short time at CERN and then moved to the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute in 2006 to work in statistical genetics and Copy Number Variation (CNV). There I developed tools to perform robust association studies using CNV (called CNVtools). In 2009 I moved to the Theoretical Systems Biology Group at Imperial to work on inference in systems biology models, Approximate Bayesian Computation (ABC) and stochastic modelling using SDEs.


flag Using sequential Monte Carlo approaches as a design tool in synthetic biology
as author at  Learning and Inference in Computational Systems Biology (LICSB), Warwick 2010,