Adam L. MacLean, Principal Investigator
Assistant Professor of Quantitative and Computational Biology
Office: RRI 403H
Phone: (+1) 213-740-7055
I was born in Edinburgh, and graduated from the University of Edinburgh in 2009 with a BSc in Mathematical Physics. I moved to Imperial College London and completed a Masters in 2010 (Bioinformatics and Theoretical Systems Biology), and a PhD in 2014 (thesis: Modelling haematopoietic stem cells in their niche [British English upheld]). Subsequently I held postdoctoral positions in the Theoretical Systems Biology group at Imperial and the Mathematical Institute at the University of Oxford, before moving to California in 2016. Here I spent two years as a postdoc at the University of California, Irvine, in the Dept. of Mathematics, before joining the Department of Quantitative and Computational Biology in the Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences at USC.
Favorite activity outside of work: Skiing
Favorite book: Midnight’s Children
What undergraduate major I’d pick outside of STEM: Psychology