About Anas

I am a PhD student in Physics and Complexity Science at the University of Warwick. I also spent two years during my PhD in the Mukherjee lab at the Netherlands Cancer institute. My research focuses on determining details of stochastic single-cell level transitions from population level data. Such methods have great potential even with modern single-cell data, as any sufficiently detailed measurement requires the destruction of cells.


After obtaining an undergraduate MSci in Physics at Imperial College London with a year spend in the Complex Dynamics in Quantum Systems at the Universität Heidelberg, I obtained an MSc in Complexity Science from the University of Warwick before moving on to do my PhD.

Research Interests

  • Systems Biology
  • Computation Biology
  • Bioinformatics
  • Mathematical Biology