A multiscale approach to the computational modelling of Life
Computer-based modeling and simulations of biomolecules and nanoscale systems
Inference, characterization and dynamics of complex networks
Agent and rule based stochastic modeling of complex biological systems
Welcome to the Computational Biology Laboratory
The Computational Biology Lab (DLab) is a transdisciplinary laboratory for fundamental and applied research in Computational Biology located at the Fundación Ciencia y Vida (FCV), Santiago, Chile.
DLab is associated to the Centro Interdisciplinario de Neurociencia de Valparaíso (CINV), a Millenium Institute housed at the Universidad de Valparaiso.
A transdisciplinary environment composed by people coming form different scientific disciplines
Dr. Tomas Perez-Acle
Dr. Calixto Dominguez
Dr. Jose Antonio Garate
Dr. Alberto J. Martin
Web Servers, Databases, Libraries and Scripts.
Courses, Workshops, Outreach and Jobs
Applications now open for the international spring school “Applied Statistical Thermodynamics 2015: from theory to molecular dynamics simulation” . For more details click here
We look for highly motivated undergraduate students to perform theses and internships. You can read more here
We have recently described a novel feature of the 3D structure of the human Connexin 26 hemichannel. Read our work here.
Read our work about the modeling of a Zombie epidemic spreading through Chile. It was also highlighted in a chilean Newspaper!
Our collaborative work with Prof. Ulrich Volkmann (PUC) was recently highlighted in the media. For more information Click here. To see the Patent Application (U.S. PPA 62/037,027) Click here.
We are looking for 2 highly motivated PhD students whom wish to develop their thesis in Computer Based Drug Design and Molecular Simulations. More information click here.