Biggin Group - Computational Biochemistry

Members of the Laboratory - Prof Philip Biggin (PI)

Prof Philip Biggin is a University Lecturer in Biochemistry at the University of Oxford and a Tutorial Fellow of Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford.

After a BSc in Computer-aided Chemistry and a D.Phil in ion channel biophysics, he undertook post-doctoral work with Senyon Choe at the Salk Institute in California with the award of a Wellcome Trust Prize International Travelling Fellowship. He returned to Oxford in 2000 and took up an RCUK fellowship in 2007 which converted to a lectureship in 2012.

His research interests are in the application of computational methods to understand biochemical problems. He is a charted chemist (CChem), a member of the British Biophysical Society the Royal Society of Chemistry, and the Biophysical Society. He is currently the Chair of the Molecular Graphics and Modelling Society and sits on the committee of CCPBioSim.