Our program is designed to train students from diverse disciplinary backgrounds in the cutting-edge research techniques that comprise the interdisciplinary research of modern cell biology. Students are provided with rigorous cross training in areas of mathematical, physical, and computational sciences and biology. Systems Biology students take courses, attend seminars and work on interdisciplinary research projects to broaden and strengthen their abilities to do quantitative cell biology research.
The Systems Biology area of concentration is based within the Richard D. Berlin Center for Cell Analysis and Modeling (CCAM) at UConn Health.
|Bandita Adhikari||Advisor: Reinhard Laubenbacher|
|Aniruddha Chattaraj||Advisor: Les Loew|
|Yuezhe Li||Advisor: Yi Wu|
|Lauren Paula Marazzi||Advisor: Paola Vera-Licona|
|Joseph Allan Masison||Advisor: Pedro Mendes|
Advisor: Yi Wu
Education: BA/MA Hunter College
About: Before joining the graduate program at UConn Health, Milda worked at a skin disease research center studying Merkel cells, which are mechanoreceptive cells responsible for sensing light touch. Her research interests include how cells sense physical cues from the external environment and convert them into chemical signals, and how these signals affect various cellular processes, and disease pathogenesis.
|Nizam Ud Din||Ji Yu||Single Molecule Imaging|