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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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Christophides lab, 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:Kafatos/Christophides Lab|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.
  
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==Awards==
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<blockquote>
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* [http://www.nasonline.org/news-and-multimedia/news/PNAS-Cozzarelli-Prizes-2012.html Cozzarelli Prize winner, 2012]
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== 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].
*research 2
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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
Christophides lab, 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.

Awards

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