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Cellular Dynamics and Engineering


Neuroscience and Physiology
Molecular Genetics and Cell Biology 
Structural and Quantitative Biology
Computational & Theoretical Biology
Cellular Dynamics & Engineering
Structural Biology
Biomedical Imaging
Integrated Systems Biology

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Research in the area of Cellular Dynamics and Engineering focuses on understanding the dynamics of cell internal organization and control, as well as on the use of this knowledge for engineering novel gene networks. All living cells and organisms are complex dynamic systems. They sense changes in their surroundings and respond to them by changing complex genre, protein, and metabolic networks. We use NMR based metabolomic, molecular biology, gene array, electrophysiological and mathematical modeling approaches in our investigations. Follow the links for each faculty member below to discover more thorough descriptions of our research programs.

Participating Faculty:

Mark P. Anstadt, M.D, FACS, Ventricular assisted cardiac function studies [home][e-mail]

Brent D. Foy, Ph.D. NMR measurements of diffusion in cartilage, toxicokinetic modeling, C-13 NMR and modeling carbohydrate metabolism in liver [bio][e-mail]

Dan Halm, Ph.D. Epithelial physiology using electrical recording, including patch-clamp, and functional imaging with fluorescent probes [home][e-mail]

Peter K. Lauf, M.D. Ion transport and regulation [bio][e-mail]

John Paietta, Ph.D. Molecular genetics, gene regulation, and control of sulfur metabolism [home][e-mail]

Oleg Paliy, Ph.D. Investigation of bacterial physiology and cellular dynamic using large-scale research methods [home] [e-mail]

Nicholas V. Reo, Ph.D. Nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) studies of liver metabolism; hepatotoxicity and effects of peroxisome proliferators [home][e-mail]


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