Collaborators and Friends
Links to webpages of our collaborators and friends.
Interface problems of various kinds. Use methods based on the Level Set Method.
Molecule-based and unbiased genetic/proteomic approaches to understanding cell migration and other aspects of actin-based motility
The UNC Cystic Fibrosis Pulmonary Research and Treatment Center is a large, multidisciplinary group focused on the pathogenesis and therapy of cystic fibrosis and other lung diseases
Henrik Dohlman Lab
Signal transduction and systems biology in yeast.
Nikolay V. Dokholyan
Department of Pharmacology, Department of Biochemisty and Molecular Biology, Penn State College of Medicine
Beverly Errede Lab
Function and Regulation of MAP-kinase Activation Pathways in Saccaromyces Cerevisiae
M. Gregory Forest
Transport processes in the lung
Flow and Structure of Nano-Materials & Macromolecular Fluids.
Professor, Department of Cell Biology, Duke University
Shawn Gomez Lab
Our research is focused on the study of biological processes from an integrated or systems viewpoint, commonly referred to as Systems Biology.
Klaus Hahn Lab
Spatio-temporal dynamics of motility signaling. Visualization and photomanipulation of signaling in living cells and animals.
Jeff Hasty Biodynamics Lab
Synthetic genetic networks, systems biology, and more at UCSD.
Professor, Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, NCSU
Gary Johnson Lab
Signaling networks controlling cell function and disease.
Alan Jones Lab
We are interested in cell-to-cell communication, signaling that depends on the heterotrimeric G protein complex.
Our research interest focus on the control of cell polarity.
Physics of biology focusing on how forces are generated and sensed in living systems, from single molecules to tissues. Richard Superfine
We focus on integrating experimental and computational methods (involving modeling, simulations, and novel computer vision techniques) to gain a systems-level understanding of complex biological processes