Dr Roman Bauer


Academic and research departments

Department of Computer Science.



Research interests

My publications


Pegah Kassraian-Fard, Michael Pfeiffer, Roman Bauer.  A generative growth model for thalamocortical axonal branching in primary visual cortex. PLoS Computational Biology, 2020


De Montigny J, Iosif A, Breitwieser L, Manca M, Bauer R, Vavourakis V (2020). An in silico hybrid continuum-/agent-based procedure to modelling cancer development: interrogating the interplay amongst glioma invasion, vascularity and necrosis
Kassraian-Fard P, Pfeiffer M, Bauer R (2020). A generative growth model for thalamocortical axonal branching in primary visual cortex
Mellough CB, Bauer R, Collin J, Dorgau B, Zerti D, Dolan DWP, Jones CM, Izuogu OG, Yu M, Hallam D, Steyn JS, White K, Steel DH, Santibanez-Koref M, Elliot DJ, Jackson M, Lindsay S, Grellscheid and Lako M (). An integrated transcriptional analysis of the developing human retina
Peraza LR, Diaz-Parra A, Kennion O, Moratal D, Taylor JP, Kaiser M and Bauer R (). Structural connectome centrality is a potential risk factor for progression to Alzheimer's disease
Collin J, Zerti D, Queen R, Santo-Ferreira T, Bauer R, Coxhead J, Hussain R, Steel D, Mellough C, Ader M, Sernagor E, Armstrong L, Lako M (). CRX expression in pluripotent stem cell derived photoreceptors marks a transplantable subpopulation of early cones
Dorgau B, Felemban M, Sharpe A, Bauer R, Hallam D, Ding Y, Steel D, Lindsay S, Mellough C, Lako M (). Laminin γ3 plays an important role in retinal lamination, photoreceptor organization and ganglion cell survival
Zubler, F., Hauri, A., Pfister, S., Bauer, R., Anderson, J.C., Whatley, A.M. and Douglas, R.J. (2013). Simulating cortical development as a self constructing process: a novel multi-scale approach combining molecular and physical aspects.
Bauer, R. and Kaiser, M. (2017). Nonlinear growth: an origin of hub organization in complex networks