Care was taken to form groups balanced in terms of the students' educational background. This encouraged students to help one another.

All students

Ramiro Emanuel Magno Morgado

This PhD Programme has broaden my understanding of this new field so-called Computational Biology and prepared me for the shift from a biological experimentally-based background into modelling, the approach I chose to pursue for my PhD project. Moreover, the fact of having been exposed to so many different approaches and so many different issues in Biology made me aware of the importance of working in an interdisciplinary group. (2005-12-01)


Nationality: Portuguese

2005 - 2006 First year student of the PhD Program in Computational Biology, Instituto Gulbenkian de Ciencia, Oeiras, Portugal.
2004 - 2005 Trainingship at the Theoretical Immunology Group, Instituto Gulbenkian de Ciencia, Oeiras, Portugal.
2004 Degree in Applied Plant Biology, University of Lisbon, Portugal.

Interests: Morphogenesis and Pattern Formation, Vertebrate Development, Self-organization, Evolution of Development, Collective behavior of multi-agent systems, Genome and networks evolution and Rosen's Relational Biology.

PhD Project

Supervisor: Athanasius Maree

Laboratory: Theoretical Biology - Bioinformatics Group

University: Utrecht University