Computational Biology

Computational Biology

gene expression and regulation •DNA, RNA, and protein sequence, structure, and interactions • molecular evolution • protein design • network and systems biology • cell and tissue form and function • disease gene mapping • machine learning • quantitative and analytical modeling

 

Amy E. Keating
Faculty Spotlight

Amy E. Keating

Professor of Biology and Biological Engineering; Associate Department Head; Graduate Officer

Amy E. Keating determines how proteins make specific interactions with one another and designs new, synthetic protein-protein interactions.