Current ProjectsSystems Biology & Network Medicine
The interconnectivity of biological systems, from the scale of interacting molecules, to the chemical communication between organ systems, to networks of interacting species, underlies much of the complexity associated with disease diagnosis and treatment. This complexity is driving the need for computational approaches that enhance our understanding of system behavior at multiple spatial and temporal scales. Our group is developing a range of novel approaches for the characterization of these complex systems, as well as their manipulation, for the creation of new and/or more effective treatments. Below are some of our current research projects.
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