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School of the Biological Sciences


Associate Professor, Departments of Genetics and Chemistry and Winton Advanced Research Fellow, Department of Physics

Rosana Collepardo develops realistic multiscale modells to uncover the molecular and biophysical mechanisms that dictate the functional self-organization of molecules inside cells. Her current focus is on biomolecular phase separation and liquid-like chromatin organization. Learn more


Research Areas

Biomolecular phase separation
Biomolecular condensates
Chromatin organization
Liquid-like genome organization


Multiscale modelling
Atomistic simulations
Coarse-grained simulations
Soft-condensed matter physics
Statistical mechanics

Areas for Collaboration

Biomolecular condensates
Chromatin structure


Research Theme