Systems Biology and Neuroengineering

The Systems Biology and Neuroengineering area aims at understanding the emergent structure and dynamics of biological networks within cells and cell complexes, including regulatory and signaling pathways. It also addresses questions of neural coding, processing and functional identification of neural circuits, and of reverse engineering the nervous system of model organisms.

Labs

Bioelectric Systems Laboratory

Prof. Ken Shepard

Location Icon701 Northwest Corner Building

Bionet Group

Prof. Aurel Lazar

Location Icon8LE5 CEPSR and 12th Floor of Mudd

Structure-Functioning Imaging Laboratory

Prof. Christine Hendon

Location Icon8LWS CEPSR

Genomic Information Systems Laboratory

Prof. Dimitris Anastassiou

Location Icon7LE1 CEPSR

Centers and Projects

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The Center for Computational Biology and Bioinformatics

C2B2

The Center for Computational
Biology and Bioinformatics

MAGNET - the Center for the Multiscale Analysis of Genomic and Cellular Networks

MAGNET

The Center for the Multiscale Analysis of Genomic and Cellular Networks

CNEC

CNEC

The Center for Neural Engineering and Computation

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IDSE

IDSE

Institute for Data Science and Engineering

Optical Techniques for Actuation, Sensing, and Imaging of Biological Systems

IGERT

Optical Techniques for Actuation, Sensing, and Imaging of Biological Systems

 

Faculty

Professor IconDimitris Anastassiou
Professor

Arrow Research areas:  Genetic and signaling networks, reverse engineering.

Professor IconChristine P. Hendon
Assistant Professor

Arrow Research areas:  Biomedical optics, medical image and signal processing, cardiac imaging.

Professor IconPredrag R. Jelenkovic
Professor

Arrow Research areas:  Systems biology.

Professor IconAurel A. Lazar
Professor

Arrow Research areas:  Time encoding and representation, spike processing, cortical microcircuit architectures.

Professor IconNima Mesgarani
Assistant Professor

Arrow Research areas:  Neural engineering, computational neuroscience, speech processing.

Professor IconKenneth Shepard
Professor

Arrow Research areas:  Active CMOS microarray technology, asynchronous digital signal processors.


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