Brandon Invergo

Abbreviated Curriculum Vitae

This is a brief excerpt of my academic Curriculum Vitae. For a copy of my full CV, please contact me.

Research Interests

The structure and dynamics of protein-signalling systems in malaria parasites: systems biology, protein networks, system modeling, post-translational protein modifications, cellular signaling pathways, epistasis, molecular evolution, natural computing

Professional Experience

ESPOD Fellow December 2013–Present EMBL-European Bioinformatics Institute and Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute Hinxton, UK

Research Technician June 2004–July 2007 Northwestern University Evanston, IL, USA

Education

PhD, Biomedicine November 2013 Institute of Evolutionary Biology (UPF-CSIC) Pompeu Fabra University, Barcelona, ES

MSc, Biology August 2009 Leiden University, Leiden, NL

  • Thesis Topic: The nature of seasonal polyphenism in the tropical butterfly Bicyclus anynana
  • Advisor: Prof. Bas Zwaan
  • Area of Study: Evolutionary and Ecological Sciences

BSc, Computer Science and Software Engineering August 2004 Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, Terre Haute, IN, USA

  • Minor in Applied Biology and Biomedical Engineering
  • Minor in Japanese Language and Culture

Peer-Reviewed Journal Publications

Conference Talks

  • Exploring the rate-limiting steps in visual phototransduction recovery by bottom-up kinetic modeling. In: European Meeting on Phototransduction, June 19-22, 2013.

  • A system-level, molecular evolutionary analysis of mammalian phototransduction. In: EMBO Workshop: Frontiers In Sensory Development, May 3–6, 2011

  • The influence of network topology on recent rates of molecular evolution in the mammalian phototransduction signaling cascade. In: Evolution: Society for the Study of Evolution Annual Meeting, June 25–29, 2010.

Conference Posters

  • Invergo BM, Montanucci L, Laayouni H, Bertranpetit J. A system-level, molecular evolutionary analysis of mammalian phototransduction. In: Society for Molecular Biology and Evolution Annual Meeting, June 23–26, 2012. Poster abstract.

Other Publications