CABSEL (Chemical and Biological Systems Engineering Lab) is engaged in a broad range of activities in the area of computational systems biology and bioinformatics. Our primary specializations include network inference, dynamical systems modeling and analysis, and design of experiments. Our research activities are driven by the mission to create enabling tools for extracting novel insights from heterogeneous biological data through the construction and analysis of biological network models, and to apply these tools to gain a better understanding of and to formulate interventions for human diseases and aging. Our research applications span multiple length- and time-scales in biology, from gene regulatory networks to signaling pathways to metabolic networks and from single cells to cell cultures. Our tools have been applied to give answers to biological questions of biotechnological, biomedical and biopharmaceutical significance.
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University at Buffalo
Buffalo, NY 14260
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