We strive to be a supportive and intellectually rigorous environment for doing science.

We are recruiting both new graduate students and postdoctoral fellows, and recognize that diversity is key to a creative, excellent team. We have open projects to: examine gene expression dynamics in E. coli, create predictive models that relate enzyme activity and abundance to growth, design methods for high-throughput in vivo biochemistry of metabolic enzymes, and engineer/evolve new allosteric systems. We are also always open to new ideas and trying new things. If you would like to work with us at the interface of data science, quantitative experimental biology, and protein biochemistry please reach out!

Current Lab Members:

Lab alumni:

NameRole in LabNext Step
Marielle RussoResearch TechnicianGraduate student, MIT Microbiology
Thuy Nguyen, Ph.D.Graduate StudentComputational Biologist, Colossal Biosciences
Agata Turska-NowakFulbright scholar, 1-year internshipPolish Stem Cells Bank
Judith Villain, Ph.D.Graduate Student, joint with Olivier RivoirePostdoctoral Fellow, Nubel Lab, The Leibniz Institute DSMZ
Andrew Mathis, Ph.D.Graduate StudentTechnology specialist, Law firm of Wolf, Greenfield, and Sacks
Andrew Schober, Ph.D.Graduate StudentYen Postdoctoral Fellow, Rust Lab, University of Chicago
Soumya RudrarajuGreen Fellow (undergraduate student)Internship at Mylan Pharmaceuticals
Rohit VemuriHigh school coding internshipUndergraduate at Georgia Tech
Juan SepulvedaSURF (undergraduate student)Undergraduate at Cornell (continued)
Rathi Kannan Summer Medical Student Research ProgramResearch Technician, Ranganathan Lab, University of Chicago
Michael SchneblyResearch TechnicianGraduate student, Harvard Systems Biology
Neal SharmaSURF (undergraduate student)Medical student, UTSW

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