Welcome to STAB!
Our group, Signal Transduction & Biosystems (STAB), is interested in the development of computational and theoretical approaches to better understand the molecular mechanisms and design principles of information processing networks in various signal transduction systems. In particular, we are interested in studying systems relevant to vascular function (such as nitric oxide and Ca2+ signaling pathways in vascular smooth muscle cell), infectious diseases including those induced by HBV or HCV, and highly-conserved pathways in innate immune systems.
Our group is also interested in the development of novel computational techniques and tools for modeling and simulating complex biomolecular interactions for cell signaling.
Additional research involves theoretical investigation of single-molecule kinetics including modeling and analyzing single ion channel recordings and single-biomolecule imaging data.