About the Lab

Welcome to the Systems Biology Research Group at the University of California, San Diego. We study the complexity of cellular life using experimental and computational methods that span the genome to the phenotype. Developing, integrating, and applying new methods allow us to gain a systems view of life - from bacteria to human.

Researcher Snapshots:

  • My research utilizes gene knock-outs, transcriptome profiling and adaptive laboratory evolution to identify and fill knowledge gaps in the latest version of the metabolic model. Gabriela Guzman, 3rd year PhD student.
  • My research integrates high-throughput tools with metabolic network reconstructions to compare and classify differences between closely related organisms with a focus on microbial pathogens. Jonathan Monk, 5th year PhD student.
  • I reconstruct metabolic and gene expression networks in gram positive bacteria to identify system responses to environmental and molecular perturbations for future industry applications. Joanne Liu, 4th year PhD student.
  • I am currently working on developing the methods for 13C flux analysis using the sampling, extraction, and LC-MS/MS methods that I have already developed and current modelling software available.  Douglas McCloskey, 4th year PhD student.

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9500 Gilman Drive La Jolla, CA 92093-0412

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