Dr Rafael Peña Miller

Researcher with focus on using mathematical and experimental models to study microbial evolution.
My current research interests focus on using mathematical and experimental models to study microbial evolution. The aim of these models is to study metabolic and genetic processes at a single-cell level, with the purpose of understanding complex ecological and evolutionary processes.

I participate in several collaboratory and interdisciplinary research projects somewhere between mathematical and computational modelling and experimental microbial evolution. In general, the goal of these projects is to integrate detailed molecular and microbiological data obtained from laboratory experiments and clinical studies with mechanistic theoretical models of antibiotic resistance evolution.

Speaker at session 10 24th November: "Rapid Pathogen-Specific Targeting Outperforms Antibiotic Cycling and Mixing in Theory"
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