People

Paul Ashford

Job: Research Associate

B.S. Degree: Natural Sciences, Cambridge, 1995.

M.S. Degree: Medical Sciences, Open University, 2008.

PhD Degree: Bioinformatics (visualising transient small molecule binding sites on proteins), Birkbeck, 2012.

Address: Structural and Molecular Biology, UCL

Bio: Bioinformatics researcher interested in developing methods to aid analysis and visualisation of protein-protein and protein-ligand interactions. Keen to explore modelling of protein networks using different algorithms, to understand how cell signalling pathways can become deregulated, for example, in cancer. I\'m happy to partake in the (sometimes daunting) challenge of gaining biological insights from the vast wealth of bioinformatics resources and the rapidly expanding and varied \'omics datasets.


Paul Ashford

Job: Research Associate

B.S. Degree: Natural Sciences, Cambridge, 1995.

M.S. Degree: Medical Sciences, Open University, 2008.

PhD Degree: Bioinformatics (visualising transient small molecule binding sites on proteins), Birkbeck, 2012.

Address: Structural and Molecular Biology, UCL

Bio: Bioinformatics researcher interested in developing methods to aid analysis and visualisation of protein-protein and protein-ligand interactions. Keen to explore modelling of protein networks using different algorithms, to understand how cell signalling pathways can become deregulated, for example, in cancer. I\'m happy to partake in the (sometimes daunting) challenge of gaining biological insights from the vast wealth of bioinformatics resources and the rapidly expanding and varied \'omics datasets.


Paul Ashford

Job: Research Associate

B.S. Degree: Natural Sciences, Cambridge, 1995.

M.S. Degree: Medical Sciences, Open University, 2008.

PhD Degree: Bioinformatics (visualising transient small molecule binding sites on proteins), Birkbeck, 2012.

Address: Structural and Molecular Biology, UCL

Bio: Bioinformatics researcher interested in developing methods to aid analysis and visualisation of protein-protein and protein-ligand interactions. Keen to explore modelling of protein networks using different algorithms, to understand how cell signalling pathways can become deregulated, for example, in cancer. I\'m happy to partake in the (sometimes daunting) challenge of gaining biological insights from the vast wealth of bioinformatics resources and the rapidly expanding and varied \'omics datasets.


Paul Ashford

Job: Research Associate

B.S. Degree: Natural Sciences, Cambridge, 1995.

M.S. Degree: Medical Sciences, Open University, 2008.

PhD Degree: Bioinformatics (visualising transient small molecule binding sites on proteins), Birkbeck, 2012.

Address: Structural and Molecular Biology, UCL

Bio: Bioinformatics researcher interested in developing methods to aid analysis and visualisation of protein-protein and protein-ligand interactions. Keen to explore modelling of protein networks using different algorithms, to understand how cell signalling pathways can become deregulated, for example, in cancer. I\'m happy to partake in the (sometimes daunting) challenge of gaining biological insights from the vast wealth of bioinformatics resources and the rapidly expanding and varied \'omics datasets.