Charlie Hodgman

Centre for Plant Integrative Biology, School of Biosciences, University of Nottingham, Nottingham, UK

Prof Hodgman’s group engages in the development and study of dynamic, multi-scale mathematical models, in close collaboration with laboratory scientists, and the application of informatics approaches to uncovering biological regulatory mechanisms. These approaches have been applied to four plant systems: growth of root architecture, nutrient stress, fruit ripening and the regulation of flowering.  Other projects concern animal health and microbial synthetic biology.  More information can be found at: .

Jean-Louis Dinh is the EpiTRAITS research fellow with the Hodgeman Group, click to find out more about him and his project project.