Georgia Institute of Technology

Philip Santangelo


 

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RNA regulation, single molecule imaging, and RNA virus pathogenesis

Mark Styczynski


 

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Systems biology, bioinformatics, metabolism, and metabolomics

Hang Lu


 

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Microfluidics; bioMEMS; behavior neuroscience; cell biology; automation and high throughput engineering approaches to biology and biotechnology, Regenerative Medicine

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Microfluidics; bioMEMS; behavior neuroscience; cell biology; automation and high throughput engineering approaches to biology and biotechnology

Manu Platt


 

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Tissue remodeling in regenerative medicine; Microenvironmental cues modulating stem cell signaling networks

Jeffrey Skolnick


 

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drug design metabolic pathways

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Bioinformatics; Protein function prediction; Elucidation of metabolic pathway; Development and implementation of algorithms for large-scale computer simulations of proteins

Eberhard Voit


 

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Complex Systems, BST

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Biomedical Systems, Metabolic Pathways, Biochemical Systems Theory, S-systems

Soojin Yi


 

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Comparative Genomics, Molecular Evolution, Bioinformatics, Population Genetics

King Jordan


 

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My research program is focused on understanding the genome level determinants of the diversification between evolutionary lineages. The approach that I use towards this end is computationally based and consists of the comparative analysis of large-scale genomic sequence, expression and functional data sets. This approach is facilitated by the accumulation of genome-scale data sets and the continuing development of the computational applications and infrastructure needed to exploit such data. Ultimately, I hope to integrate our understanding of how evolutionary forces play out at distinct levels of biological organization. More specifically, I am interested in understanding the nature of evolutionary innovations that have led to the emergence of complexity in eukaryotic lineages. I currently explore three distinct research areas relating to the evolution of eukaryotic genome complexity: i-the contributions of transposable elements to host gene regulatory and protein coding sequences, ii-the tempo and mode of gene regulatory and expression divergence and iii-convergent evolution of gene function

Todd Sulchek


 

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Bioengineering and Microelectromechanical Systems: Atomic force microscopy, pathogen adhesion and endocytosis, cell biomechanics, single molecule biophysics, drug delivery and targeting, cell membrane mimetics, biosensors

Minoru Shinohara


 

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Neuromuscular Physiology of Human Movement

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Physiological and biomechanical mechanisms underlying fine motor skills and their adjustments and adaptations to heightened sympathetic nerve activity, aging or inactivity, space flight or microgravity, neuromuscular fatigue, divided attention, and practice in humans. He uses state-of-the-art techniques in neuroscience, physiology, and biomechanics (e.g., TMS, EEG, fMRI, single motor unit recordings, microneurography, mechanomyography, ultrasound elastography, and exoskeleton robot) in identifying these mechanisms.

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