Prof Santiago Schnell
Assistant Professor of Informatics
- Adjunct Assistant Professor of Biology
- Adjunct Assistant Professor of Physics
- Associate Director, Biocomplexity Institute
- Faculty, Centre for Mathematical Medicine, The Fields Institute, Toronto
- Office 906 Eigenmann Hall
- Skype Santiago.Schnell
- Phone +1 812 856-1833
- Doctorate in Applied Mathematics from the University of Oxford (United Kingdom), 2002
- License in Biology from the Universidad Simón Bolívar (Venezuela), 1996
Prof Schnell is the head of the Systems biology laboratory and faculty of the Complex Systems group at Indiana University School of Informatics. He is member of the editorial board of Computational Biology and Chemistry and associate editor of the IEE Proceedings Systems Biology.
He is interested in applying systems biology techniques to study complex biochemical pathways and networks, and the early stages of development of the embryo.
Please follow the links in the navigation panel to find out more about the Systems Biology laboratory.
Prof Schnell received his License in Biology (with special emphasis on biochemistry and molecular biology) from Universidad Simón Bolívar (Venezuela) and his D.Phil. in Applied Mathematics University of Oxford (United Kingdom). Prior to accepting this professorship, he held a position at the Centre for Mathematical Biology at the Mathematical Institute of the University of Oxford. He has also held the posts of Ordinary Fellow of the Wellcome Trust (London) and Junior Research Fellow of Christ Church (Oxford).
He was the José Gregorio Hernández Research Fellow of the Venezuelan Academy of Medicine, the Lord Miles Senior Scholar in Science of Pembroke College (Oxford) and Lecturer in Applied Mathematics for Pembroke and Brasenose Colleges (Oxford).
He also is a founding member of the Bioethical Committee of the Venezuelan National Council of Science.