I am an Assistant Professor at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County. At UMBC, I direct the Lobo Lab research group in computational systems biology, where we focus on finding the genetic networks and cellular mechanisms controlling biological form, growth, and cancer formation, and creating computational methods and tools to automate the discovery of such regulatory mechanisms. To this end, we use high-performance in silico experiments, phenotype ontologies, and systems biology theory to unravel the outstanding developmental, regenerative, and regulatory capacities evolved in biological organisms.

Funded PhD positions in Computational Biology available. Join my group to create the next generation computational methods to discover, understand, and control complex biological processes. Please see more information here.


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