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Bioinformatics and Mathematical Biosciences Lab

BMBL will be officially moved to The Ohio State University in January 2019. 


RESEARCH TOPICS

Single-cell RNA-Seq data modeling & analyses (R01 project):

  • Integrated single-cell RNA-Seq data analysis and modeling

Regulatory DNA motif researches:

  • Discovery and computational analyses of cis-regulatory motifs
  • Prediction of metabolic networks and associated regulatory systems                     

Gene expression modeling & analyses:

  • Comparative and functional genomics analysis
  • Biclustering of large-scale temporal and spatial transcriptomic data           

Microbial system biology

  • Elucidation and application of organizing principles of bacterial genomes
  • Metagenomics and metatranscriptomics data analysis in microbes
  • Computational analysis and modeling of human/plant-microbiome interaction                                JOIN US     

LAB NEWS  (See More)

[Oct 10, 2018] The school has officially announced our RO1 funding. An interview can be found here. And a news report on NewsWise can be found here.

[Sep 18, 2018] An excellent new undergraduate student, Kehan Meng, from Computational Science has officially joined the BMBL. Welcome!

[Sep 07, 2018] Dr.Ma has successfully been awarded the R01 Grant from NIH with the project title: Construction of cell-specific gene co-regulations signatures based on single-cell transcriptomics analysis (GM131399-01). Cheers!

[Aug 20, 2018] An excellent new undergraduate student, Paige Hinton, from the Department of Mathematics and Statistics has officially joined the BMBL. Welcome!