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<font size="4">Bob MacCallum</font size>
  
 
<font size="2">Division of Cell & Molecular Biology<br>
 
<font size="2">Division of Cell & Molecular Biology<br>
South Kensington Campus, SAF
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SAF Building<br>
London, SW72AZ
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South Kensington Campus<br>
UK<br>
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Imperial College London<br>
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London<br>
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SW7 2AZ, UK<br>
  
Your e-mail..
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r.maccallum [at] imperial.ac.uk
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http://twitter.com/bobmaccallum
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+442075941945
  
 
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I am .... in the [[Kafatos/Christophides Lab]] at [http://www.imperial.ac.uk/ Imperial College], London<br>.
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I am a [http://www.vectorbase.org VectorBase] Developer in the [[kafatos:Kafatos/Christophides Lab|Kafatos/Christophides Lab]] at [http://www.imperial.ac.uk/ Imperial College], London<br>.
  
  
 
== Research Interests ==
 
== Research Interests ==
 
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*research 1
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*Functional and population genomics data integration into VectorBase, with a current focus on [http://www.vectorbase.org/ExpressionData/ microarray-derived gene expression data] and [http://funcgen.vectorbase.org/PopulationBETA population biology].
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*Protein structure and function prediction (see my [http://www.sbc.su.se/~maccallr/ former homepage] for predictors of protein disorder, residue-residue contacts and nuclear localisation)
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*Evolutionary computation (see [http://perlgp.org PerlGP])
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*Regulatory DNA sequence analysis
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*Medical informatics (collaboration with David Nelson at [http://www.kus.se Karolinksa University Hospital], Stockholm, Sweden)
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== Other Interests ==
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*Evolutionary music: [http://darwintunes.org DarwinTunes]
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*Fooling around with web search stats: [http://compare-stuff.com Compare Stuff]
 
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== Education==
 
== Education==
<blockquote>M.Sc, University of xxx <br>
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;Undergraduate: Natural Sciences, [http://www.robinson.cam.ac.uk/ Robinson College], University of Cambridge<br>
My undergrad degree was in...  
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;Postgraduate: University College London, PhD under the supervision of [http://www.ebi.ac.uk/Thornton/ Prof. Janet Thornton]<br>
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== Publications ==
 
== Publications ==
<blockquote>My publication
 
In this journal...  in 2004...
 
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// or you could use biblio if your publication is in pubmed: e.g
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Here is a link to [http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/entrez/query.fcgi?cmd=PureSearch&db=PubMed&details_term=%28MacCallum%20RM%5BAuthor%5D%20OR%20%28MacCallum%20R%5Bau%5D%20AND%20norbury%5Bau%5D%29%29 PubMed] which automagically lists my publications. 
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#somebook John Smith. ''The art of saying nothing''. Verbose Editions 1999.
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Here are three more which are not in PubMed:
#coolpmid pmid=12345678 This is a very interesting PMID
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#;Authors: Togelius, J; et al.
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#;Title: [http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10710-008-9063-0 The 2007 IEEE CEC simulated car racing competition]
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#;Source: Genetic Programming and Evolvable Machines, 2008
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#;Authors: Aggarwal, V; MacCallum, RM
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#;Title: Evolved matrix operations for post-processing protein secondary structure predictions
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#;Source: GENETIC PROGRAMMING, PROCEEDINGS, 3003: 220-229 2004
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#;Book series title: LECTURE NOTES IN COMPUTER SCIENCE
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#;Authors: Heddad, A; Brameier, M; MacCallum, RM
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#;Title: Evolving regular expression-based sequence classifiers for protein nuclear localisation
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#;Source: APPLICATIONS OF EVOLUTIONARY COMPUTING, 3005: 31-40 2004
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#;Book series title: LECTURE NOTES IN COMPUTER SCIENCE
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#;Authors: MacCallum, RM
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#;Title: Introducing a perl genetic programming system - and can meta-evolution solve the bloat problem?
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#;Source: GENETIC PROGRAMMING, PROCEEDINGS, 2610: 364-373 2003
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#;Book series title: LECTURE NOTES IN COMPUTER SCIENCE

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Bob MacCallum

Division of Cell & Molecular Biology
SAF Building
South Kensington Campus
Imperial College London
London
SW7 2AZ, UK

r.maccallum [at] imperial.ac.uk

http://twitter.com/bobmaccallum

+442075941945

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I am a VectorBase Developer in the Kafatos/Christophides Lab at Imperial College, London
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Research Interests

Other Interests

Education

Undergraduate
Natural Sciences, Robinson College, University of Cambridge
Postgraduate
University College London, PhD under the supervision of Prof. Janet Thornton

Publications

Here is a link to PubMed which automagically lists my publications.

Here are three more which are not in PubMed:

  1. Authors
    Togelius, J; et al.
    Title
    The 2007 IEEE CEC simulated car racing competition
    Source
    Genetic Programming and Evolvable Machines, 2008
  2. Authors
    Aggarwal, V; MacCallum, RM
    Title
    Evolved matrix operations for post-processing protein secondary structure predictions
    Source
    GENETIC PROGRAMMING, PROCEEDINGS, 3003: 220-229 2004
    Book series title
    LECTURE NOTES IN COMPUTER SCIENCE
  3. Authors
    Heddad, A; Brameier, M; MacCallum, RM
    Title
    Evolving regular expression-based sequence classifiers for protein nuclear localisation
    Source
    APPLICATIONS OF EVOLUTIONARY COMPUTING, 3005: 31-40 2004
    Book series title
    LECTURE NOTES IN COMPUTER SCIENCE
  4. Authors
    MacCallum, RM
    Title
    Introducing a perl genetic programming system - and can meta-evolution solve the bloat problem?
    Source
    GENETIC PROGRAMMING, PROCEEDINGS, 2610: 364-373 2003
    Book series title
    LECTURE NOTES IN COMPUTER SCIENCE