Jan. 2014: Let's welcome Hoang and Amanda to our lab.
Nov. 2013: Let's welcome Andy to his lab rotation.
Sep. 2013: Gregor got appointed Assistant Professor of Biomedical Engineering, VU.
Sep. 2013: Let's welcome Amber to her lab rotation.
May 2013: Clare was selected for the Molecular Biophysics Training Grant. Congratulations!
May 2013: Let's welcome Clare as the first student to join our lab.
Apr. 2013: Our work on lncRNA is featured as logo for the EMBO conference on "The Non-Coding Genome".
Apr. 5 2013: We are now member of the Vanderbilt Center for Quantitative Sciences.
Mar. 5 2013: Let's welcome Erica and Nalin to their lab rotations.
Feb. 8 2013: Our lab has been featured in the Los Alamos National Laboratory News
Feb. 7 2013: Our lab has been featured in the Vanderbilt Reporter.
Feb. 1 2013: Our manuscript on 'Systematic Identification of Signal-Activated Stochastic Gene Regulation' has been published in SCIENCE.
Jan. 7 2013: Let's welcome Clare to her lab rotation.
Dec. 10 2012: Our manuscript on 'Systematic Identification of Signal-Activated Stochastic Gene Regulation' is in press in SCIENCE.
Oct. 27 2012: Guoliang Li will join our lab as Post-doctoral fellow.
Oct. 11 2012: Our lab has been featured in the Vanderbilt Reporter.
Sep. 6 2012: Our paper on long non-coding RNA has been published in CELL.
Aug. 8-12 2012: Gregor presented at the 2012 q-bio conference.
July 2012: Several positions are now open for technicians, graduate students and postdocs.
June 2012: Our manuscript on non-coding RNAs is accepted in CELL.
Gregor accepted a position as Assistant Professor in the Department of Molecular Physiology and Biophysics, School of Medicine, Vanderbilt University.
A hallmark of life is organisms’ ability to sense and respond to internal and external signals. Our research interests focus on quantitative and predictive understanding of dynamics in signal transduction and gene regulation using a cross-disciplinary approach of physics, biology and engineering. This approach combines quantitative single-molecule experiments in single cells with genetics and mathematical modeling. Results from this quantitative systems biology research will help to answer key questions in signal transduction and gene regulation, and will significantly deepen our understanding of fundamental biophysical and molecular principles in various research fields. More details can be found in the research section.
If you are interested in our research please contact Gregor for more details.
We have currently several open positions for undergraduate and graduate students and postdoctoral researchers.