qBio is the power of math-based reasoning and advanced instrumentation from physics and engineering harnessed to discover fundamental principles of living systems.
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Investigator: Alex Groisman Research Interest: Development of techniques and materials and building of instruments for biochemistry and cell biology.
Web: Groisman Lab
Investigator: Tatyana Sharpee Research Interest: I am interested in physical principles that shape how our brain works in a natural sensory environment.
Investigator: Trey Ideker Research Interest: Developing an artificially intelligent model of the cell able to translate a patient's data into precision diagnosis and treatment.
Web: Ideker Lab
Naomi Martineau is a member of the Wollman Lab.
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Investigator: Jeff Hasty Research Interest: Design and construction of synthetic gene regulatory and signaling networks. Development of technologies for precisely regulating the cellular environment.
Web: Biodynamics Lab
Investigator: Karsten Zengler Research Interest: Defining the intertwined crosstalk between different community members in the microbiome to understand how complex systems are organized and maintained and to predict how these systems develop and react to changes and targeted interventions.
Web: Zengler Lab
JT Sauls is a member of the Jun Lab.
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Investigator: Justin Meyer Research Interest: To uncover the genomic changes necessary to alter viral host-range, and to understand the environmental conditions that permit their evolution.
Web: Meyer Lab
Investigator: Elena Koslover Research Interest: We explore the multi-scale physics of the intracellular world, using analytical and computational models to understand the mechanics and dynamics of components within living cells.
Web: Koslover Lab
Jacy Humphries is a member of the Suel Lab.
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Super Fly Lab
Investigator: Ethan Bier Research Interest: Quantitative analysis of establishment and function of morphogen gradients during development.
Web: Super Fly Lab
Investigator: Wouter Rappel Research Interest: Our research interests are diverse and include cardiac dynamics, cellular signaling, cell motility, and chemotaxis.
Web: Rappel Group
Investigator: Ruth Williams Research Interest: Develops and analyses stochastic models for understanding dynamics, fluctuations and interactions in synthetic genetic circuits.
Web: Willams Lab
Investigator: Suckjoon Jun Research Interest: To understand the extent to which basic quantitative principles govern the fundamental biological processes during the cell cycle.
Web: Jun Group
Investigator: Peter Yingxiao Wang Research Interest: To employ molecular engineering approaches for the development of biosensors and machinery molecules to visualize and reprogram molecular events in single cells.
Web: Wang Lab
Chris Pierse is a member of the Dudko Lab.
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Investigator: Gürol Süel Research Interest: Our goal is to identify principles of cellular decision making at the single cell level and in the context of structured communities.
Web: Suel Lab
Investigator: Cornelis Murre Research Interest: To chart the structure of mammalian genomes and to describe the dynamics of long-range genomic interactions in physical terms.
Web: Murre Lab
Investigator: Bo Li Research Interest: Develop mathematical theories and computational tools for biomolecular interactions and the dynamics of biological cells.
Web: Li Lab
Investigator: Arshad Desai Research Interest: To understand how cells ensure accurate distribution of their duplicated genomes during cell division.
Web: OD Lab
Investigator: Rachel Dutton Research Interest: We use cheese as a model system to understand the molecular mechanisms and basic principles of microbial community formation.
Web: Dutton Lab
Investigator: Kim Cooper Research Interest: We use the limb to understand evolution of the musculoskeletal system and the interplay of form and function at the level of tissues, cells, and genetics.
Web: Cooper Lab
Investigator: Nan Hao Research Interest: To obtain a quantitative and predictive understanding about how biological systems operate.
Web: Hao Group
Investigator: Lev Tsimring Research Interest: I am interested in theoretical and computational approaches to understanding dynamical properties of biological systems and networks
Web: Tsimring Group
Investigator: Massimo Vergassola Research Interest: To understand sensing of their environment by living systems, and its exploitation for control and biological function.
Web: Vergassola Group
Investigator: Padmini Rangamani Research Interest: To understand how biomechanics and biochemistry interact to regulate cellular behavior
Web: Rangamani Lab
Investigator: Elizabeth Villa Research Interest: To develop tools to observe the structure and interaction partners of macromolecular complexes in their natural environment, the cell.
Web: Villa Lab
Investigator: Olga Dudko Research Interest: We search for general principles that unify seemingly very different and often formidably complex biological systems. We enjoy trying to capture these principles in the form of physical theories that are reasonably simple and abstract, and yet generate concrete, experimentally testable predictions.
Web: Dudko Group
Investigator: David Kleinfeld Research Interest: To understand the logic and dynamics of interacting neuronal circuits, with a focus on sensorimotor circuits that underlie orofacial actions in rodents.
Web: Neurophysics Lab
Investigator: Brian Zid Research Interest: Investigate how cells maintain homeostasis in response to environmental perturbations using biochemical techniques combined with next-generation sequencing and quantitative microscopy.
Web: Zid Lab
Investigator: Susan Golden Research Interest: To understand the mechanisms by which cells keep 24-h time and temporally regulate cellular processes
Web: Circadian Biology
Investigator: Sergey Kryazhimskiy Research Interest: We use experiments in microorganisms and mathematical modeling to understand the general principles of how mutations affect cell physiology and fitness in different environments.
Web: Kryazhimskiy Lab
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