Professor Edmund Crampin

Research Interests

  • Biomedical Engineering
  • Mathematical Biology
  • Systems Biology

Personal webpage

http://edmundcrampin.wordpress.com

Biography

Professor Edmund Crampin is Rowden White Chair of Systems and Computational Biology at the University of Melbourne.

Edmund directs the Systems Biology Lab at the School of Mathematics and Statistics and the Melbourne School of Engineering, and is Adjunct Professor in the Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences (School of Medicine). The Systems Biology Lab is a multi-team collaborative group developing mathematical and computer modeling approaches to investigate regulatory processes and pathways underlying complex human diseases.

Recent projects include modelling heart cells to understand the development of heart disease; computational approaches to study the network of genetic interactions underlying breast and skin cancer; and modelling the regulation of transepithelial fluid secretion in the salivary glands and lung tissues. The group also contributes to projects in nano medicine and drug delivery, biosensor design, biomarker identification, and development of computational tools and standards for integrative systems biology.

Biographical details:
After graduating with a BSc (Hons) in Physics from Imperial College London, Edmund completed a DPhil in Applied Mathematics at the University of Oxford. Edmund’s thesis topic was on biological pattern formation, and his thesis advisor was Professor Philip Maini FRS. Edmund was subsequently elected to a Junior Research Fellowship at Brasenose College Oxford and in 2001 he was awarded a Research Fellowship from the Wellcome Trust to study mathematical models of heart disease, under the guidance of Professor Denis Noble FRS. In 2003 Edmund established the Systems Biology group at the Auckland Bioengineering Institute, in collaboration with institute director Professor Peter Hunter FRS. Edmund moved to the University of Melbourne in 2013 to take up the Chair of Systems and Computational Biology.

Recent Publications

  1. Jarosz J, Ghosh S, Delbridge L, Petzer A, Hickey AJR, Crampin E, Hanssen E, Rajagopal V. Changes in mitochondrial morphology and organization can enhance energy supply from mitochondrial oxidative phosphorylation in diabetic cardiomyopathy. American Journal of Physiology - Cell Physiology. American Physiological Society. 2017, Vol. 312, Issue 2.
  2. Cui J, Faria M, Bjornmalm A, Ju Y, Suma T, Gunawan S, Richardson J, Heidar H, Bals S, Crampin E, Caruso F. A Framework to Account for Sedimentation and Diffusion in Particle-Cell Interactions. LANGMUIR. American Chemical Society. 2016, Vol. 32, Issue 47.
  3. Budden D, Crampin E. Distributed gene expression modelling for exploring variability in epigenetic function. BMC BIOINFORMATICS. Biomed Central. 2016, Vol. 17.
  4. Budden D, Crampin E. Information theoretic approaches for inference of biological networks from continuous-valued data. BMC SYSTEMS BIOLOGY. Biomed Central. 2016, Vol. 10.
  5. Siekmann I, Fackrell M, Crampin E, Taylor P. Modelling modal gating of ion channels with hierarchical Markov models. PROCEEDINGS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY A-MATHEMATICAL PHYSICAL AND ENGINEERING SCIENCES. The Royal Society of London. 2016, Vol. 472, Issue 2192.
  6. Gawthrop P, Crampin E. Modular bond-graph modelling and analysis of biomolecular systems. IET SYSTEMS BIOLOGY. Institution of Engineering and Technology. 2016, Vol. 10, Issue 5.
  7. Tran K, Han J-C, Taberner AJ, Barrett CJ, Crampin E, Loiselle DS. Myocardial energetics is not compromised during compensated hypertrophy in the Dahl salt-sensitive rat model of hypertension. AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-HEART AND CIRCULATORY PHYSIOLOGY. American Physiological Society. 2016, Vol. 311, Issue 3.
  8. Andrews M, Cursons J, Hurley D, Anaka M, Cebon J, Behren A, Crampin E. Systems analysis identifies miR-29b regulation of invasiveness in melanoma. MOLECULAR CANCER. Biomed Central. 2016, Vol. 15.
  9. Sharp K, Crampin E, Sneyd J. A spatial model of fluid recycling in the airways of the lung. JOURNAL OF THEORETICAL BIOLOGY. Academic Press. 2015, Vol. 382.
  10. Rajagopal V, Bass G, Walker CG, Crossman DJ, Petzer A, Hickey A, Siekmann I, Hoshijima M, Ellisman MH, Crampin E, Soeller C. Examination of the Effects of Heterogeneous Organization of RyR Clusters, Myofibrils and Mitochondria on Ca2+ Release Patterns in Cardiomyocytes. PLOS COMPUTATIONAL BIOLOGY. Public Library of Science. 2015, Vol. 11, Issue 9.
  11. Gawthrop P, Cursons J, Crampin E. Hierarchical bond graph modelling of biochemical networks. PROCEEDINGS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY A-MATHEMATICAL PHYSICAL AND ENGINEERING SCIENCES. The Royal Society of London. 2015, Vol. 471, Issue 2184.
  12. Budden D, Hurley D, Crampin E. Modelling the conditional regulatory activity of methylated and bivalent promoters. EPIGENETICS & CHROMATIN. Biomed Central. 2015, Vol. 8.
  13. Cursons J, Wang YK, Budden D, Print CG, Crampin E. NAIL, a software toolset for inferring, analyzing and visualizing regulatory networks. 14th Annual Bioinformatics Open Source Conference (BOSC). Oxford University Press. 2015, Vol. 31, Issue 2.
  14. Detchokul S, Elangovan A, Crampin E, Davis M, Frauman A. Network analysis of an in vitro model of androgen-resistance in prostate cancer. BMC CANCER. Biomed Central. 2015, Vol. 15.
  15. Budden D, Crampin E. Predictive modelling of gene expression from transcriptional regulatory elements. BRIEFINGS IN BIOINFORMATICS. Oxford University Press. 2015, Vol. 16, Issue 4.

Edmund Crampin

University of Melbourne
3010 Australia

T: +61 3 9035 8989
E: edmund.crampin@unimelb.edu.au


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