The Biocybernetics Lab was founded in 1966. Research in the lab is interdisciplinary, involving integration of theoretical biomodeling and biosystems approaches with experimental laboratory data in physiology, molecular biology, pharmacology and related biomedical fields. The pedagogy involves development and exploitation of the synergistic and methodologic interface between dynamic systems biology modeling and laboratory data. The main focus is on integrated approaches for solving complex dynamic systems biology problems from both sparse biodata and larger high-throughput data sets.
The lab provides research training to both undergrad and graduate students. See the Research section for current areas of research guidance.