The Centre for Systems Genomics is an interdisciplinary cross-faculty initiative of the University of Melbourne
We aim to understand biological systems, with a special focus on genomes as the blueprint for each system.
We are interested in biological systems of different scales, including molecular systems, cell systems, individuals, host-pathogen interactions, species interactions, and populations.
Andrew completed his undergraduate BSc(Hons) degree in Zoology and Physiology at The University of Melbourne (1996-1999). His PhD was in the field of Reproductive Endocrinology enrolled through the Department of Zoology, the University of Melbourne and Howard Florey Institute. Andrew then received a prestigious NHMRC Early Career Research Fellowship (2005-2009) to work on developmental programming of adult disease in the Department of Physiology. He moved to the Baker IDI Heart & Diabetes Research Institute in 2009 to work firstly in the Human Epigenetics laboratory, then the Metabolic and Vascular Physiology laboratory (2010-2015). His research interests include cardiovascular physiology, glucose metabolism, lipid biology and interventional clinical trials.
Genomic Data Specialist
Originally from Perth, Bobbie obtained a double degree in Molecular Biology and Computer Science at Murdoch University. He has worked in a number of Bioinformatics roles including as a bioinformatics officer at the Centre for Comparative Genomics at Murdoch University, the Health Protection Agency UK (Now Public Health England) where he worked on The FF100 Swine flu database and also the Enteric Molecular Typing Network for the 5 nations and at the Australian Genome Research Facility here in Melbourne. In previous roles he was the administrator of the Cluster scheduling software (Sun Grid Engine) and was a Bioinformatician specialising in Genomic Assembly, RNA virus discovery, High performance computing and software pipeline optimisation. He also has experience in Web development, Database admin and creation, a number of computing languages including PERL, PHP and the MVC Frameworks Laravel and Ruby on Rails.
Centre for Systems Genomics
We aim to understand biological systems, with a special focus on genomes as the blueprint for each system. We are interested in biological systems of different scales, including molecular systems, cell systems, individuals, host-pathogen interactions, species interactions, and populations.
Research Groups in Statistical Genomics, Systems Biology, Pathogen Genomics & Statistical GeneticsMore details
Latest papers and research highlights from the CentreFind out more
Selection of locally designed software tools for the research communityClick here
SysGen Seminar – Juliet French – 26th May, 2017Event
SysGen Seminar – Jac Charlesworth – 19th May, 2017Event
SysGen Seminar – Charles Robin – 12th May, 2017Event
SysGen Seminar – Teo Yik Ying (YY) – 1st May, 2017Event
SysGen Seminar – Paul O'Reilly – 21st April, 2017Event
SysGen Seminar – Alex Fournier-Level – 31st March, 2017Event
SysGen Seminar – David Balding – 10th March, 2017Event
SysGen Seminar – Ray Tobler – 3rd March, 2017Event
SysGen Seminar – Adam Palmer – 15th February, 2017Event
SysGen Seminar – Joshua Quick – 10th February, 2017Event
SysGen Seminar – Michael Beer – 24th January, 2017Event
The Centre for Systems Genomics, University of Melbourne, welcomes applications to become an Associate Member (AM). AMs can be researchers at the University of Melbourne or other Parkville research institutes, or any others who have research interests relevant to Systems Genomics and can benefit from and contribute to the Centre as indicated below.
Benefits of AM status can include:
- Help with UoM Honorary or Visiting Researcher status where appropriate
- Card access to the Centre space
- Hot desk space for group leaders (shared office)
- Hot desk space for students & postdocs (open offices)
- Use of meeting room or other bookable rooms
- Infrastructure access (computing allocation)
- Opportunity to contribute to the planning of, and to participate in, Centre activities (such as workshops and seminars)
In return, AMs are expected to:
- Contribute to Centre activities
- Develop collaborations with Core research group members
- If the Centre’s resources are used, Centre affiliation should be included in publications
- Provide photo and brief bio for website
- Contribute to Centre annual reporting as requested
Interested in becoming an Associate Member? Contact a core research group leader or the Centre Research Manager for more information.
High Performance Compute cluster [helix]
Managed by Bobbie Shaban (Genomic Data Specialist)
384 cores, 3.1Tb RAM, 200Tb storage
Administered by Melbourne Bioinformatics, formerly the Victorian Life Sciences Computation Initiative (VLSCI).
The Centre is located on Royal Parade at the University of Melbourne’s main Parkville campus (Building 184), a 20 minute walk or short tram ride (Route 19, Stop no. 11) from the city centre.
Centre for Systems Genomics
Building 184, Royal Parade
University of Melbourne
Parkville 3010, Victoria, Australia
|David Balding (Director)||Phone: 8344 3730||Email: firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Andrew Siebel (Research Manager)||Phone: 8344 0707||Email: email@example.com|
|Bobbie Shaban (Genomic Data Specialist)||Phone: 8344 8731||Email: firstname.lastname@example.org|