Enabling the collaborative research in Precision Health that is instrumental in the transition to preventative medicine

Zoe Kourtzi


Prof Kourtzi in an expert in Cognitive Computational Neuroscience working at the interface of computational science and neuroscience. Her work uses AI and machine learning tools to develop predictive models of individualised disease trajectories with translational impact in the early precision diagnosis and design of personalised interventions in brain and mental health disorders (e.g. neurodegenerative disorders, anxiety-related disorders).

cognitive ageing  brain imaging  computational neuroscience  learning and brain plasticity  visual perception and cognition  

Tony Kouzarides

Biological  Genetics  

Prof Kouzarides works on characterising the pathways that mediate and control DNA, RNA and histone modifications. His group research aims to understand the cellular processes they regulate, their mechanism of action and their involvement in cancer.

cancer  epigenetic modifications  chromatin  transcription  

Sarah Teichmann

Biological  Genetics  

Dr Teichmann's research investigates gene expression and protein complex assembly using both wet laboratory and computational biology techniques. In particular her research group seeks to elucidate the principles of protein structure evolution, higher order protein structure and protein folding, and the principles underlying protein complex formation and organization.

genomics  bioinformatics  biophysics  immunology