Philip Fowler

I am a Senior Researcher working in the Modernising Medical Microbiology group which is part of Experimental Medicine in the Nuffield Department of Medicine at the University of Oxford. I’m based at the John Radcliffe Hospital in Oxford, having moved here in March 2016 from the Department of Biochemistry. For more information, click the links on the left or check out my departmental webpages.



Past Members

Oliver Adams

Oliver is an Interdisciplinary Biosciences DTP rotation student and worked in the group from Jan-Mar 2017.



Mark Hamblin

Mark is a fourth year (Part II) biochemistry undergraduate and worked on solving the structures of several M.tuberculosis proteins jointly in my group and Simons Newstead’s in Biochemistry.


Firdaus Samsudin

Firdaus studied for his DPhil, Improving Oral Drug Delivery: Computational Studies of Proton Dependent Oligopeptide Transporters under the supervision of PWF. He published two key papers which you can read about here and here. He is currently working in the group of Prof Syma Khalid at Southampton University.

3 thoughts on “Members

  1. Hi Phil,

    I didn’t hear back from you after I emailed you the link to the Baltimore Oriole photos you asked for, so I wasn’t sure you got it. In case you didn’t, here is the link to my DropBox with the files. Let me know what you think. Also, if you want a print, let me know what size and to where to mail it.

    Hope to hear from you soon,

    Phil Fowler

  2. Oliver says:

    Dr Fowler,

    You might want to update THIS page with the information found at



  3. Damien says:

    Dear Dr Fowler,

    I have been attempting to use your Python script to analyse a simulation I’ve run. Whilst I do get the expected logarithmic distribution, I am uncertain of the units for the generated data.

    Given that the cited paper i.e. Membrane Stiffness is Modified by Integral Membrane Proteins has not been published yet, I was hoping you could provide an understanding of the results.

    Specifically, what are columns 1, 2, and 3, and what are their units?



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