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Job Available: Statistical inference for mechanistic models

N.B. Applications for this position are now closed. We are offering a 3 year position as a research fellow in statistical inference for mechanistic models. This is offered at either Postdoc or Senior postdoc level (equivalent grade to Assistant Professor) … Continue reading

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Three potassium channel modelling papers

Just a quick note to tell you about our latest batch of papers in the “Heart By Numbers” special issue of Biophysical Journal which arose from a meeting in Berlin last year. They are all about IKr, the rapid-delayed rectifying … Continue reading

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Short and rich voltage-clamp protocols

This is a quick post to tell you all about Kylie’s new paper on sinusoidal-wave based voltage clamp protocols that has been published in the Journal of Physiology, and there’s an associated commentary from Ele Grandi. In the paper, some … Continue reading

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Job Advert

A quick shameless plug for a job we are advertising. This is a 3 year postdoctoral position to work with me in the Computational Biology Group in the Department of Computer Science, University of Oxford. It would best suit someone … Continue reading

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Triangles and Conductances

Just a little post on something that’s really simple, not new, and might seem obvious to some people – but might help when choosing how to explore the effect of altering parameters on action potential model behaviour. The reason I … Continue reading

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