About the Xiao Wang Lab

Led by assistant professor Xiao Wang, the Xiao Wang Lab is interested in understanding and exploiting the effects of nonlinear dynamics and stochasticity in engineered gene networks in microbes, and extrapolating this knowledge to the understanding of cell differentiation and development in higher organisms.

 

Understanding Cell Differentiation and Development in Higher Organisms

Research Topics

Synthetic multistable gene networks
Systems biology on small network motifs with feedbacks
Role of noise in cell differentiation and development
Molecular evolution

About Xiao Wang

Xiao Wang is an assistant professor in the School of Biological and Health Systems Engineering specializing in synthetic and systems biology. He recived his doctoral degree in computational biology from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 2006, and served as a research associate in the applied biodynamics laboratory at Boston University until 2010.

Contact

Xiao Wang
xiaowang@asu.edu
480-965-3028
480-727-7624 (fax)

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