Symposium on Networks and Machine Learning @ The Crick

The Systems and Network Medicine Forum is hosting a Symposium on Network Analysis and Machine Learning Applications in Biology, on Monday 3rd February, 09:00am-13:00pm in The Francis Crick Institute (1 Midland Road, London). Invited talks: Prof Santo Fortunato, Director of the IU Networks Science Institute (IUNI), USA Dr. Andela Šari?, …

New paper on eLife

Our lab has just published a new paper on eLife, investigating the allosteric effects of multiple ligands on the PKM2 enzyme – superb experimental and computational investigations + plus a new package AlloHubMat – a PhD-worth piece of work! Congratulations to Jamie!

Rasha’s project featured on MND materials

Our post-doc Rasha’s work on analysing protein-protein interaction networks in the context of the gene C9orf72 affected in Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) is featured on promotional materials of the charity Motor Neurone  Disease Association! This is an exciting collaboration between the Fraternali lab and Dr Jean-Marc Gallo from the Department of Basic …

Some new publications from FFlab

Some recent proud FFlab productions: Our BRepertoire publication has been included in the NAR Web Server issue 2018. Additions of protein-protein interaction loop analyses in AML by Sun and Biophysical investigations of the human PKM2 enzyme by Jamie now on bioRxiv. Our review on genetic variants and protein-protein interactions is featured …