Richard Williams

Management & Business Development Fellow

Research Overview

I have two main areas of research interests around operations research in computational biology, and complex systems analysis applied to software Project Management. Particular emphasis is currently applied to the use of computational, mathematical and statistical approaches to understand how to harness the complexity that arises in large multi-vendor ERP implementations 

Determining disease interventions strategies using spatially resolved simulations
Read, M., Andrews, P., Timmis, J., Williams, R., Greaves, R., Sheng, H., Coles, M., Kumar, V. 14/11/2013 In: PLoS ONE. 8, 11, 14 p.
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In silico investigation into dendritic cell regulation of CD8Treg mediated killing of Th1 cells in murine experimental autoimmune encephalomyelitis
Williams, R., Greaves, R., Read, M., Timmis, J., Andrews, P.S., Kumar, V. 04/2013 In: BMC Bioinformatics. 14, suppl. 6, 9 p.
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Spinning plates and juggling balls: project managing your PhD
Williams, R. 5/03/2013 In: EMBO Reports. 14, 4, p. 305-309. 5 p.
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Blurring the boundaries
Williams, R. 1/09/2011 In: ITNOW. 53, 5, p. 16-17. 2 p.
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In silico investigation into CD8Treg mediated recovery in murine experimental autoimmune encephalomyelitis
Williams, R., Read, M., Timmis, J., Andrews, P.S., Kumar, V. 2011 In: Artificial Immune Systems. New York : Springer p. 51-54. 4 p. ISBN: 9783642223709.
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