Systems Biology Laboratory

The Systems Biology Laboratory is an interdisciplinary team of researchers based at the Melbourne School of Engineering that is developing computational approaches to understand human health and disease.

Systems Biology is an approach to understanding an organism’s physiology as an integrated network of genes, proteins and other molecules, linked by the biochemical reactions that take place within the complex physical environment of cells and tissues.

Research Areas

We are developing models for the analysis of biological pathways and networks, and the cellular geometry within which these reactions take place.

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View the complete list of our staff and research higher degree students.

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Details of our latest publications.

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Training Opportunities

We welcome inquiries from prospective students, PhD students and post-doctoral fellows.

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Contact Us

To find out more about our research, training and collaborative opportunities:

Professor Edmund Crampin
Director, Systems Biology Laboratory

Level 2, Bldg 193, The University of Melbourne, Victoria, 3010

T: +61 3 9035 8989

For all other enquiries:

Natasha Baxter
Executive Assistant to the Director

Level 2, Bldg 193, University of Melbourne, Victoria, 3010

T: +61 3 8344 7987