Alastair Murray

PhD Student
Phone:   0141 330 4595
I did a BSc in Mathematics at the University of Edinburgh, and I'm now doing an MSc in Bioinformatics, Polyomics and Systems Biology at the University of Glasgow. I joined the Cronin Group for my summer project, for which I am developing stochastic models. I also try to help with the mathematical bits of other people's work, whilst mispronouncing all the chemistry words. I'll get round to saving the world as soon as I understand it.

Outside of the group, I play the guitar, violin and piano at various levels of amateurishness, record and edit videos, sing, give myself arbitrary cooking challenges, read, try to learn about everything ever, try to teach everything ever, and play video games; however, I only manage most of those things in small doses. I code and do colourful doodles both in and out of the group.

Group Publications

1. A probabilistic framework for identifying biosignatures using Pathway Complexity, S. M. Marshall, A. Murray, L. Cronin, Phil. Trans. R. Soc. A., 2017, 375