My lab creates new computational methodologies for
efficient and accurate comparative genomic analyses – especially in the context
of complex evolutionary scenarios –
and then connects the resulting insights
to phenotype and function.
The end goal of our big-data-driven approach is
to generate hypotheses that result in new biological and
A note to prospective students and postdoctoral researchers:
If you are interested in pursuing research in bioinformatics and computational biology, I'd love to talk to you!
Please email me
I will teach CSE 836, "Computational Comparative Genomics with Applications in Biology and Human Health" in fall 2016, and I encourage interested students to enroll.