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Dr Aleksandr Sahakyan

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My research targets (epi)genomics and genome dynamics through the development of highly quantitative methods for defining the structure and dynamics of (epi)genome, gene regulatory pathways, involved macromolecules and their interaction networks. I am interested in combining computational biology, computational chemistry (QM, MD), advanced predictive modelling (machine learning) and experimental biophysical techniques to reach a new level of precision in structural systems biology at both genome and proteome levels. Other interests span the origin of life research, prebiotic pathway exploration and weak intermolecular forces.

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