Our lab uses computational modeling and wet-lab experimentation in a broad portfolio of research projects in applications of regenerative medicine, cancer biology, immunoengineering, cellular manufacturing and precision medicine. A common thread among our projects is the development of new computational approaches for studying collective behavior in multicellular systems and the role of metabolism in influencing cellular fate decisions in response to external cues. Please read more about our various projects below.
|Emergent Behavior of Pluripotent Systems|
|Cancer metabolism and redox regulation of chemotherapeutics|
|Spatiotemporal control of reactive oxygen species in T cells|
|Redox regulation of cellular information processing|