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Chris Sander

Professor in Residence of Cell Biology

The overall goal of our work is to solve biological problems using quantitative methods from bioinformatics, statistical physics, data sciences, statistics, computer science, and mathematics. We apply these computational methods to build predictive network models of molecular and cell-cell interactions, to support cancer precision medicine, and to make discoveries in structural and evolutionary biology.

Sichen (Susan) Shao

Assistant Professor of Cell Biology

We aim to understand the molecular mechanisms that regulate protein biogenesis and quality control pathways with approaches utilizing biochemistry, structural biology, and cell biology. Specific interests focus on processes that occur on ribosomes and at cellular membranes.

Maofu Liao

Maofu Liao
Assistant Professor of Cell Biology

We use high-resolution electron microscopy to study the structure and function of membrane proteins and other macromolecular complexes.

Tomas Kirchhausen

Tomas Kirchhausen
Springer Family Chair (BCH)
Senior Investigator, Program in Cellular and Molecular Medicine (BCH)
Professor of Cell Biology

Our research focuses on the processes that mediate and regulate the movement of membrane proteins throughout cells.

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