I am a senior lecturer in Computational Biology at DAMTP, and member of the Cambridge Computational Biology Institute (CCBI). I am also co-director of the MPhil in Computational Biology. I use computational techniques to investigate development of the nervous system.
My office hours run during the first two academic terms; if you need to see me otherwise, please drop me an email to make an appoinment.
May 2015: Come to MAPS 2015 in Strasbourg for a workshop we are organizing entitled From Maps to Circuits: Models and Mechanisms for Generating Neural Connections. This follows on from our workshop in 2014 (MAPS 2014). A collection of papers relating to this workshop has just appeared in Developmental Neurobiology edited by Geoffrey Goodhill (cover image).
Oct 2014: Catherine's paper on measures for correlating spike trains is now out in Journal of Neuroscience.
Mar 2014: Our waverepo project is now live, with the release of our paper in Gigascience. This is a repository of recordings of spontaneous activity in developing retina. Many thanks to our colleagues who provided data. We have dedicated our paper in memory of our dear friend, Prof Colin Ingram, lead PI on the CARMEN project.
Mar 2014: come to the maps2014.org workshop on computational and experimental approaches to understanding neural development.why we choose R for computing.
Dec 2013: I am a new fellow at the Software Sustainability Institute.
Sept 2013: I am a visiting fellow at Strasbourg for one year, and will be working with Michael Reber. Details.