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Photo of Dr Rosalind Allen from Arthur's Seat hill in Edinburgh, looking out towards Portobello

I am a Professor of Biological Physics at the School of Physics and Astronomy,  Edinburgh University. I'm also a member of SynthSys, Edinburgh's Center for Synthetic and Systems Biology.  

My research focuses on biological and soft condensed matter physics, using simulations, theory and experiments. In particular, I  work on microbe-environment interactions - how single-celled organisms such as bacteria survive and grow in complex and changing environments. I am especially interested in how bacterial populations are inhibited by, and evolve resistance to, antibiotics, and how nutrient-cycling microbial ecosystems establish themselves and maintain their function.

You can find me at: 
Room 2507, James Clerk Maxwell Building 
School of Physics and Astronomy, University of Edinburgh 
Peter Guthrie Tait Road, Edinburgh EH9 3FD, UK 
+44 131 6517197 
rosalind.allen@ed.ac.uk

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10/10/2019

Take a look at our new manuscript "A roadblock-and-kill model explains the dynamical response to the DNA targeting antibiotic ciprofloxacin" that just appeared on Bioarxiv. Congratulations especially to lead author Nikola Ojkic!

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