My research interests continue to evolve and recently have become fixed on aging in temporally variable environments. At the core, my research interests proceed from a desire to understand and manipulate the emergent behaviors of biological systems exposed to dynamic (time-varying) and complex (multi-component) environments. My long-term objective is to pursue a tenure track faculty position at a research intensive institution. My lab will be a mixed experimental-theoretical group aimed at understanding how networks, cells, and tissues process and age in response to complex stimuli (and combinations thereof). My interest is at the nexus of machine learning, mathematical models, and advanced in vitro models to precisely describe the single cell mechanisms underlying the resiliency and decay of complex biological systems.
Dynamic Environments, Aging, Systems Biology, Single Cell Electrophysiology, Antibiotic Resistance
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