skip to content

Yusuf Hamied Department of Chemistry


University Associate Professor

Rosana is the Professor of Computational and Molecular Biophysics at the Departments of Chemistry and Genetics, and a Winton Advanced Research Fellow in the Department of Physics. Her group develops multiscale modelling approaches to investigate the physicochemical driving forces that govern DNA packaging inside cells, membraneless compartamentalization via liquid-liquid phase behaviour of biomolecules (proteins, nucleic acids, and chromatin), chromatin structure, epigenetic phenomena, and the relationship between the structure of the genome and gene expression regulation. 

Professor Collepardo discusses her research


Energy Landscapes and Heat Capacity Signatures for Peptides Correlate with Phase Separation Propensity
Nicy, R Collepardo-Guevara, JA Joseph, DJ Wales
– QRB Discovery
Universal predictive scaling laws for phase separation of prion-like low complexity domains
J Joseph, J Maristany, AA Gonzalez, R Collepardo-Guevara
Decoding Phase Separation of Prion-Like Domains through Data-Driven Scaling Laws
J Maristany, A Aguirre Gonzalez, J Espinosa, J Espinosa, J Huertas, R Collepardo-Guevara, J Joseph
Time-Dependent Material Properties of Aging Biomolecular Condensates from Different Viscoelasticity Measurements in Molecular Dynamics Simulations
AR Tejedor, R Collepardo-Guevara, J Ramírez, JR Espinosa
– J Phys Chem B
Theoretical and Data-Driven Approaches for Biomolecular Condensates
KL Saar, D Qian, LL Good, AS Morgunov, R Collepardo-Guevara, RB Best, TPJ Knowles
– Chemical reviews
Energy landscapes and heat capacity signatures for peptides correlate with phase separation propensity
Nicy, J Joseph, R Collepardo-Guevara, D Wales
Aromatic and arginine content drives multiphasic condensation of protein–RNA mixtures
PY Chew, J Joseph, R Collepardo-Guevara, A Reinhardt
Thermodynamic origins of two-component multiphase condensates of proteins.
PY Chew, JA Joseph, R Collepardo-Guevara, A Reinhardt
– Chemical Science
Principles of assembly and regulation of condensates of Polycomb repressive complex 1 through phase separation
K Brown, PY Chew, S Ingersoll, J Espinosa, A Aguirre, T Kutateladze, RC Guevara, X Ren
Location and concentration of aromatic-rich segments dictates the percolating inter-molecular network and viscoelastic properties of ageing condensates
S Blazquez, I Sanchez-Burgos, J Ramirez, T Higginbotham, M Conde, R Collepardo-Guevara, A Tejedor, J Espinosa
  • 1 of 8
  • >

Research Interest Group

Email address