Congratulations to Dr. Berginski!
Matt has successfully defended his thesis! Titled “Applications of...
Nck and directional cell migration
A collaboration with Gonzalo Rivera’s group at Texas A & M University...
Gleevec and its effect on cell adhesion, shape and motility
A new collaborative publication with Ken Jacobson’s group has just been...
The Focal Adhesion Analysis Server: A web tool for analyzing focal adhesion dynamics
We have incorporated user feedback along with a significant amount of internal...
Our research is focused on the study of biological processes from an integrated, or systems viewpoint – commonly referred to as Systems Biology. We are particularly interested in better understanding the “wiring” of biological systems and the discovery of underlying principles in biological organization. All of our work has an emphasis toward clinical applications.
Coming up in Spring of 2014: Signals and Systems (APPL410).
BMME 515 – Introduction to Systems Biology – will not be taught this Fall (2013).
News & Notes
Recent paper in Journal of Cell Science – “Nck enables directional cell migration through the coordination of polarized membrane protrusion with adhesion dynamics” – has been selected for inclusion in the ‘In This Issue’ section of JCS.
Cell paper with Gary Johnson and colleagues – “Dynamic reprogramming of the kinome in response to targeted MEK inhibition in triple negative breast cancer” – has been highlighted by Faculty of 1000.
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Matt has successfully defended his thesis! Titled...
A collaboration with Gonzalo Rivera’s group at Texas...
A new collaborative publication with Ken Jacobson’s...