Prof Edmund CRAMPIN


School of Mathematics and Statistics

  • Room: 316 OGS
  • Building: Old Geology South
  • Campus: Parkville

Research Interests

  • Mathematical Biology

Research Groups

Recent Publications

  • Ivo Siekmann, Stefan Bjelosevic, K. Landman, Paul Monagle, Vera Ignjatovic, E. Crampin. Mathematical modelling indicates that lower activity of the haemostatic system in neonates is primarily due to lower prothrombin concentration.. Sci Rep, 9, 3936, 2019. doi: 10.1038/s41598-019-40435-7.

  • D. Lin, Andrey Kan, Jerry Gao, E. Crampin, Philip D Hodgkin, Shalin H Naik. DiSNE Movie Visualization and Assessment of Clonal Kinetics Reveal Multiple Trajectories of Dendritic Cell Development. Cell Reports, 22, 2557-2566, 2018. doi: 10.1016/j.celrep.2018.02.046.

  • C. Miller , J. Osborne, E. Crampin. Multi-Cellular Modelling of Cellular Mechanisms Gives Insights on the Maintenance of Epidermal Tissue Structure. Biophysical Journal, 114, 678A-679A, 2018.

  • V Rajagopal, G Bass, S Ghosh, H. Hunt, C Walker, E Hanssen, E. Crampin, C Soeller. Creating a structurally realistic finite element geometric model of a cardiomyocyte to study the role of cellular architecture in cardiomyocyte systems biology. Journal of Visualized Experiments, 2018, 2018. doi: 10.3791/56817.

  • Shouryadipta Ghosh, Kenneth Trani, E. Crampin, Eric Hanssen, Vijay Rajagopa. Creatine-Kinase Shuttle and Rapid Mitochondrial Membrane Potential Conductivity are Needed Simultaneously to Maintain Uniform Metabolite Distributions in the Cardiac Cell Contraction Cycle. BIOPHYSICAL JOURNAL, 114, 550A (1pp), 2018.

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Current Postgraduate Supervision

Name Thesis title
Hilary HUNT

Past MSc Students

Name Project title


  • Strategic Planning Committee