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My research uses methods from computer science to investigate DNA structure and function. The main theme of my current work is applying big data methods to study DNA replication dynamics at single-molecule resolution. I am a postdoctoral research assistant at the University of Oxford's Sir William Dunn School of Pathology in the group of Proessor Conrad Nieduszynski, and I currently hold the Emanoel Lee Junior Research Fellowship at St. Cross College. My PhD is in condensed matter physics: together with my PhD supervisors Professor Andrew J. Turberfield and Professor Luca Cardelli, we developed experimental methods and theoretical tools for DNA computing systems. Recent topics of interest include:

  • logic systems for DNA computing,
  • machine learning and big data methods for studying DNA replication,
  • mathematical modelling of cancer immunotherapy,
  • symmetry and invariants in DNA.

Michael A. Boemo
Postdoctoral Research Assistant
Sir William Dunn School of Pathology
University of Oxford

Emanoel Lee Junior Research Fellow
St. Cross College
University of Oxford

E-mail: michael dot boemo at path dot ox dot ac dot uk

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