Areas for PhD supervision include:
Cutting Edge Analytical Technologies for Systems Biology Research; Bioinformatics; Statistical Approaches to Analysing and Modelling Biological Processes; Computational Modelling and Simulations; Computational Neuroscience; Data Science; Machine Learning; Medical Systems Biology; Plant Systems Biology; Spatial Systems Biology; Cell Signalling; Cell Mechanics.
The Systems Biology Centre provided me with a multidisciplinary, collaborative research environment during my PhD. With a number of subject matter experts in various domains, you are quickly exposed to a large range of disciplines and approaches to solving scientific problems. These experiences left me well prepared to join the pharmaceutical industry, having experience with cross-domain collaborations and the challenges of organising multi-institutional research programs.
Jason Piper, PhD student
Duration: Full time: 3-4 years.
Entry Requirements: 2:i undergraduate degree (or equivalent) in Biology, Mathematics, Statistics, Computer Science, Physics, Chemistry or Engineering, plus A-level Mathematics
English Language: IELTS band C
Location of Study: University of Warwick