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

 

Douglas Lauffenburger
Faculty Spotlight

Douglas Lauffenburger

Ford Professor of Biological Engineering, Chemical Engineering, and Biology; Head, Department of Biological Engineering

Douglas Lauffenburger fosters the interface of bioengineering, quantitative cell biology, and systems biology to determine fundamental aspects of cell dysregulation — identifying and testing new therapeutic ideas.