[Comp. Biol. and Biol. Physics]
Henrik Jönsson, Professor
Computational Biology and Biological Physics
Department of Astronomy and Theoretical Physics
Sölvegatan 14A, S-223 62 Lund
Ph: +46 46
222 0663, +46 707 235 175
I am sharing my time between Lund and
the Sainsbury Laboratory at
University of Cambridge. My
My main interest is to develop models for multicellular develpmental systems in
collaboration with experimental biologists. Included in this is models for gene
regulation, molecular reactions and transport, as well as models for cellular
growth and proliferation and mechanical interactions. The research is within
the emerging field of Computational Morphodynamics.
Publications or via Google Scholar
Some projects include:
Mechanical signals in plant shoot development.
In collaboration with the
groups of Jan Traas, Olivier Hamant and Arezki Boudaoud in Lyon, Elliot Meyerowitz at Caltech, and Marcus Heisler at EMBL.
Plant stem cell regulation and phyllotaxis.
In collaboration with Eric
Mjolsness at UCI, and the Meyerowitz group at
Caltech. (Computable plant)
Bacterial and yeast cell colony growth.
Together with Andre
Levchenko at the Johns Hopkins University/Yale University.
Planar cell polarity and auxin distributions in the plant root.
In collaboration with Markus Grebe at Umeå Plant Science Centre/University of Potsdam.
Comparing dynamics of stem cell maintenance, differentiation, and reprogramming between plants and animals.
In Collaboration with Carsten
Peterson at CBBP.
Optimization, from parameter fitting to combinatorial optimization.
Relating back to my PhD work with my thesis advisor Bo Söderberg.
Laura Brown (Postdoc, SLCU)
Pau Formosa (Postdoc, SLCU, shared with E Meyerowitz and J Locke)
Bettina Greese (Postdoc)
Jérémy Gruel (Postdoc, SLCU)
Pawel Krupinski (Postdoc)
Yassin Refahi (Postdoc, SLCU, together with ENS-Lyon)
José Teles (Postdoc, SLCU)
Lisa Willis (Postdoc, SLCU)
Behruz Bozorg (PhD student)
Andre Larsson (PhD student)
Niklas Korsbo (Master student)
Vincent Mirabet (Postdoc, SLCU, together with E Meyerowitz and ENS-Lyon)
Pontus Melke (PhD student)
Patrik Sahlin (PhD student)
Last modified February 2012