Computational modelling for neuroscience, with a wide range of interests including molecular (LTP, LTD, hormone), neuron (abstract and biophysic), neuronal networks and behavioural (motor control).
Developing the next-generation of AI based technologies for the analysis of pathology image data, with applications to computer-assisted diagnosis and grading of cancer and image-based markers for prediction of disease outcome and survival.
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Systems and Synthetic Biology
Includes research on computational methods to better understand populations of cells, studies of the variations on the expression of genes and, using the knowledge of cells for cell modification and creation.
Computational methods for forensic problems and cybercrime, including new approaches to machine learning, data mining, image analysis and criminal network inference.
Multimedia Processing and Computer Vision
Computational techniques associated with visual and audio media, from video compression to medical image processing.