Associate Professor, Department of Systems Biology Harvard Medical School
The overarching goal of my lab is to develop novel statistical methods that combine theory and computation to extract useful information from biological information and provide tools for the whole research community.... Read more about Debora S. Marks
Professor of Medical Engineering and Science, and Physics Associate Member of the Broad Institute at Harvard and MIT; and of the Dana-Farber/Harvard Cancer Center Institute for Medical Engineering and Science, MIT; and Harvard-MIT Division of Health Sciences and Technology
Herchel Smith Professor of Molecular Genetics Professor of Molecular and Cellular Biology Director of FAS Center for Systems Biology
We use budding yeast in three different ways: 1) to experimentally evolve novel traits, such as multicellularity and circadian clocks, 2) to test our understanding of interesting biological traits by trying to engineer them, and 3) to dissect the regulation of cell biologically interesting processes like polarization, energy homeostasis, and the regulation of the cell cycle.... Read more about Andrew W. Murray
Gordon McKay Professor of Applied Physics and Professor of Molecular and Cellular Biology John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, Department of Molecular and Cellular Biology, Harvard University
The Needleman laboratory investigates how the cooperative behaviors of molecules give rise to the architecture and dynamics of self-organizing subcellular structures.
Margaret M. Dyson Professor of Pediatric Oncology, Harvard Medical School Professor of Cell Biology, Harvard Medical School Investigator, Howard Hughes Medical Institute
Our laboratory is interested in how cell cycle signals regulate chromosome segregation and polarized morphogenesis. Our experimental approaches include a combination of biochemical, genetic and live-cell imaging.
Assistant Professor Department of Molecular and Cellular Biology Department of Applied Physics, Harvard University
The Prigozhin lab is involved in collaborative and interdisciplinary work in the area of single-cell and single-molecule biophysics of transmembrane signaling. We are particularly interested in cryo-vitrification, all kinds of electron and optical microscopy, and G-protein-coupled receptors. Let us know what you are excited about!... Read more about Maxim Prigozhin, Ph.D. (He/ Him/ His)
Llura and Gordon Gund Professor of Neurosciences and of Molecular and Cellular Biology Professor of Applied Physics, John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences Department of Molecular and Cellular Biology, Harvard University