Imperial College London

Florian Song

Faculty of Natural SciencesDepartment of Chemistry

Research Postgraduate



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Florian Song is currently a PhD student in Applied Mathematics & Computational Chemistry at the Department of Chemistry and the Institute of Chemical Biology at Imperial College London under the supervision of Prof Sophia Yaliraki as well as Prof Mauricio Barahona, Prof Ramon Vilar and Dr Liming Ying. Prior to that, he completed a BSc in Mathematics and a MRes in Chemical Biology, both also at Imperial College. Coming from a highly interdisciplinary background, his research interests lie in the application of mathematical concepts to solving problems from biochemistry. In his PhD work, he utilises mathematical and computational tools from graph theory and machine learning to explore structural properties of biomolecules, e.g. proteins and DNA.



Mersmann S, Stromich L, Song F, et al., 2021, ProteinLens: a web-based application for the analysis of allosteric signalling on atomistic graphs of biomolecules, Nucleic Acids Research, Vol:49, ISSN:0305-1048, Pages:W551-W558

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