Notes from some of Tom's courses, past and present
Modelling in Biology (new format)
I have recently introduced a new format for my course, in which students work through the MiB2 Handbook 2021 rather than sitting through 2-hour lectures. The handbook contains links to bitesize videos on key topics, and exercises to complete as the student progresses. The handbook and videos are available to anyone (you don't have to be registered at Imperial), but obviously you won't get the tutorial classes unless you are signed up to the module.
MiB MATLAB files 2021 supporting the video demonstrations can be found here.
BE3-HMIB Modelling in Biology (old format)
Notes from previous Biophysics lectures and tutorials
- Lecture notes on equilibrium binding and kinetic proofreading (guest lecturer on Vahid Shahrezaei's Mathematical Biology of the Cell course at Imperial College).
- Slides and problems on cellular chemosensing (guest lecturer on Nick Jones' Inference, Control and Driving in Natural Systems course at Imperial College).
- Brief thoughts on the meaning and importance of free energy (written to complement the third year physics course at Oxford).
- My thoughts on Stokes flow (written to complement the third year physics course at Oxford).