Theoretical Biophysics Research
The theoretical biophysics group currently consists of our four faculty members, four postdoctoral associates, two graduate students, and two undergraduate students:
Current research interests of the faculty members are as follows:
- Ganhui Lan - Theoretical analysis of biochemical networks for cells to maintain their precise temporal and spatial regulation; computational modeling of intracellular assembling processes
- Weiqun Peng - Computation study of functional genomics, epigenomics, and gene regulation; bioinformatics; mathematical modeling of evolutionary dynamics
- Guanyu Wang - Physical Oncology, disease modeling, and bionetwork analysis
- Chen Zeng - Computational modeling and design of protein structures and numerical studies of bionetworks' robustness and evolvability
To learn more, visit the Biophysics Group's website.