Chris Barnes
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Description

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.


Lecture:

lecture
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,
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