Genomics and Computational Modeling includes the development and application of molecular and imaging technologies and computational algorithms to study biological systems at the level of the genome, transcriptome, epigenome, and proteome, with the goal of defining the regulation of biological processes across normal physiology and disease.

The Chemical Genomics Laboratory

The Chemical Genomics Laboratory, directed by. Prof. José L. McFaline-Figueroa investigates the molecular changes that cells and tissues undergo in response to clinically-relevant exposures and how that landscape depends on the genetic architecture of a cell.

Computational Cancer Biology Laboratory

The Computational Cancer Biology Laboratory, directed by Prof. Elham Azizi utilizes novel machine learning techniques and cutting-edge genomic and imaging technologies, to characterize complex populations of interacting cells in the tumor microenvironment as well as their underlying circuitry.