- Boolean Modeling projects. Building on each other’s IS projects, a subset of my students model life, death, damage and other interesting behaviors of mammalian cells (dots mark the modules a student developed, extended or analyzed):
- Other IS projects:
- Epigenetics: modeling the dynamics of epigenetic marks at the Oct4 promoter
- Viral communication: modeling the benefits of molecular communication between viruses as they influence the lysis-lysogeny switch of their neighbors
- OARDC projects co-advised by faculty at the OARDC.
- Publications with IS students:
- H. Sizek, A. Hamel, D. Deritei, S. Campbell, E. Ravasz Regan, Boolean model of growth signaling, cell cycle and apoptosis predicts the molecular mechanism of aberrant cell cycle progression driven by hyperactive PI3K. PLoS Computational Biology 15(3): e1006402, 2019.
- Wade A, Lin CH, Kurkul C, Ravasz Regan E, Johnson RM, Combined toxicity of insecticides and fungicides applied to California almond orchards to honey bee larvae and adults. Insects, 10(1), 20, 2019.
- Caroline Obermeier (Biology) – Modeling the Effect of p16 on Two Types of Senescence
- Elizabeth Obi (BCMB) – Modeling the Effects of p14 and p53 on Common Oncogenic Pathways
- Emma Schroeter (Neuroscience) – A Boolean Model of Neuronal Death upon Cell Cycle Re-entry
- Campbell Elliott (BCMB) – Using a Boolean Model to Identify Requirements for Successful Yamanaka Reprogramming
- Brendan Kelley-Bukovac (Biology) – Should You Lyse your Neighbors’ Houses? This Model Says ‘No’: An In Silico Examination of the Interactions between Bacterial and Viral Populations in the Presence of the Arbitrium System for Viral Communications
- Micah Auerbach (BCMB) – A Boolean Model of Early Stem Cell Fate Decisions
- Laura Cremer (Biology) – Modeling the Dynamics of Epigenetic Changes on Key Pluripotency Genes in Response to Reprogramming
- Herbert Sizek (BCMB) – Modeling the Commitment to Senescence Through Mitochondrial Fusion and Chromosomal Restructuring
- Nathan Sundheimer (Neuroscience) – A Boolean Modeling Approach to Understanding Synergies Between Cell Phenotypes in Early Neurogenesis
- Andrea Wade (BCMB) – Insecticide Fungicide Interaction and Synergistic Toxicity in Honey Bees (work @ OARDC, Reed Johnson’s Lab)
- Andrew Hamel (BCMB) – A Dynamical Systems Approach to Understanding Synergies Between Thyroid Cancer Mutations
- Heather Skinner (BCMB) – The Putative Regulatory Role of Hydrogen Cyanide in Ethylene Signaling and Biosynthesis in Arabidopsis seedlings and tomato fruit (work @ OARDC, Christopher Taylor’s Lab)