Shan He's Lab
Welcome to Shan He' Lab, a research group lead by Dr. Shan He, Senior Lecturer (Associate Professor) in School of Computer Science at the University of Birmingham. Our mission is to develop computational tools to understand mechanisms of complex biological phenomena such as diseases. Here you can find more about us and our research.
Dr Guanbo Jia landed a job: He is working as a Research Fellow at Queen's University Belfast. (01/June/2017)
We won runner-up in DREAM Challenge Our team ShanHeLab, lead by PhD student Dong Li participated the Disease Module Identification DREAM Challenge. We combined own algorithm AMOUTAIN (developed by Dong Li) with other methods to identify disease modules from multiple biological networks and achieved the 2nd. Very well done! (09/Dec/2016)
Guanbo Jia passed his viva PhD candidate Guanbo Jia successfully defended his thesis, which proposed novel complex network community detection algorithms. Congratulations! (07/Dec/2016)
Two papers accepted Two papers written by our PhD students Weiqi Chen and Dong Li have been accepted by APBC 2017 (The Fifteenth Asia Pacific Bioinformatics Conference). Well done! (07/Nov/2016)
New members joined our lab David MacDonald and Han Zhang joined us as PhD students. David will work on feature learning from biological networks, and Han will work on computational methods for metabolite identification. Welcome! (01/Oct/2016)
Wenchi Yang passed his viva PhD candidate Wenchi Yang successfully defended his PhD thesis, which investigates why and how animals evolved collective behaviour using evolutionary neural networks and agent-based modelling. Congratulations! (11/July/2016)
We are looking for highly-motivated PhD students to work on the multi-disciplinary research areas in computational biology and computational intelligence. If you are interested, please email Dr Shan He to discuss potential projects and scholarship opportunities.
Email: s.he AT cs.bham.ac.uk OR heshan AT gmail.com
Phone: +44 (0) 121 414 2775
Office: Room UG36, School of Computer Science, University of Birmingham, Edgbaston, Birmingham, B15 2TT, UK