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Systems Genomics

The Systems Genomics Group is a computational biology research group in the Division of Genetics & Genomics at the Roslin Institute. Our research uses theory, computation and large-scale genetics and functional genomics datasets to understand the structure and function of gene regulatory networks and to predict how genetic variation between individuals causes variation in phenotypes. Our work greatly benefits from collaborations with partners from human and veterinary medicine (systems genetics of cardiovascular disease, dynamic host-parasite interactions in trypanosome infections, gene regulatory network perturbations in cancer) as well as pure mathematics and computer science.