Professor R Allen
Rosalind is a member of the following School research institute and research areas:
Dr. Allen's research focuses on biological and soft condensed matter physics, using simulations, theory and experiments. She is particularly interested in applying ideas and methods from physics to the important emerging biological question of how microbial populations develop, interact and function as ecosystems. Dr. Allen also contributes to the development of advanced computer simulation methods, to our understanding of the kinetics of protein aggregation, and to understanding the behaviour of non-equilibrium active matter.
I jointly teach the level 11 course Biological Physics.
Rosalind currently offers the following PhD project opportunities:
Rosalind has featured in the following recent School news stories:
- Computational approach to speed up the identification of viruses and bacteria
- Congratulations to the new Fellows of the Royal Society of Edinburgh
- Funds secured to undertake research on the physics of antimicrobial resistance
- Microbes dictate regime shifts causing anoxia in lakes and seas
- Post-docs sought for Biological Physics research
- Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy, 64, 9, p. 1-17
- PLoS ONE, 15, 7
- Phenotypic delay in the evolution of bacterial antibiotic resistance: mechanistic models and their implications DOI, PLoS Computational Biology, 16, 5
- Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America