We use systems biology, computational modeling, and biomolecular engineering approaches
to understand, predict and control genetic communication in bacterial communities
Combining mathematical models and biological experiments to understand bacteria
Leveraging NGS, RNAseq, and bioinformatics to gain mechanistic insights
Designing genetic constructs to control bacterial interactions
Data Science & ML
Analyzing data with ML & AI techniques to predict and validate findings
What's Comp Bio?
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NewsCheck out what's new with the lab!
SRI Feature!The lab was recently featured by Barnard in an SRI article- take a look to read about some of our members!
NIH FundingThe lab is excited to recieve NIH funding in collaboration with the Smith lab at NSU to study metabolism and antibiotic resistance!
Mehrose @ NY B.I.G.Mehrose presents her work on drivers of plasmid acquisition costs at the NY B.I.G. conference!
New publication in J. Antimicrobial Chemo!Mehrose's publication on carbapenem-resistant Enterobacterales is out in Journal of Antimicrobial Chemotherapy!
New publication in Microbial Genomics!Claire's paper on Acinetobacter phylogenomics is out in print in Microbial Genomics!
Mehrose joins the lab!The lab is excited to welcome our research technician Mehrose to the group! Read about her work here!
New round of funding!The lab recieves its second federal funding from the NIH!
Publication in Current Opinion in MicrobiologyJenifer and Karolina publish their review on quantifying HGT in Current Opinion in Microbiology