Current members


Group photo

March 2015 - Left-to-right: Nouf, Grace, Daniel, Tom, Francesco, Andrew, Avneet, Saba

Group photo

December 2007 - Left-to-right: Abhi, Craig, Lisa, Jake, Andrew, Sri

Post docs


Craig Porter worked on a small grant from the BBSRC Sparking Impact Fund to enhance our Bioplib library and make it available for public use (2014-2015). He is now working on abYsis (2015-)

Mark Dibley is working on processing antibody sequences from nextgen sequencing using Mixcr (2016-)

John Holliday is working on abYsis (2016-)

PhD students

Narayan Jayaram is a UCL IMPACT student working on looking at the effects of mutations at the DNA level (i.e. effects on splice sites and transcription factor binding sites) and integrating this into SAAPdb. (2011-2016) [Thesis as submitted]

Tom Northey is a BBSRC CASE student sponsored by UCB, working on antibody stability and prediction of B-cell epitopes - particularly those that may occur on antibodies. (2012-2016)

Francesco Carbone is a UCL IMPACT studend sponsored by the Foundation for Innovative New Diagnostics working on mutations in G6PD. (2012-2016) [Thesis as submitted]

Saba Ferdous is a UCL-ORS student working on the nature of antibody-antigen interactions with a view to developing peptide vaccines. (2013-2016)

Kirsty Wood is a visiting PhD student looking at amyloidogenic antibody sequences. (2016)

Gil Ferriera Hoben is a BBSRC CASE student sponsored by UCB, working on antibody stability. (2016-2020)

Undergraduate project students

Zi Chen Liu is a Ponoma student working on evaluating the performance of our antibody modelling code and integrating VH/VL packing angle prediction. (2016)

Anran Tang is a Ponoma student working on the problem of rapid assignment of germline information to antibody sequences from nextgen sequencing. (2016)

Adam Mohd Nasir is a literature project BSc student investigating antibody humanization. (2016-2017)

Echo Ziyi Chi is an MSci student. (2016-2017)

MSc/MRes project students