Welcome to our Computational Biology Lab at VT

A group picture in ICSB 2017

Our group focuses on the development of multiscale, multiphysics modeling and simulation methods and tools that help biologists build, simulate and analyze complex biological systems, simulate their dynamics and analyze their functions. Typical biological models include gene expression models, protein interaction networks, and cell cycle models. We are particularly interested in applications where multiple scales and multiple physics are presented, and has to be modeled in a hybrid way that include both discrete and continuous variables, deterministic and stochastic equations.

We work at the interface of mathematics, computer science, biology and other related subjects. Due to the interdisciplinary feature, we collaborate with other groups with different background.

Cell Cycle

Caulobactor Modeling

Mitochondria Modeling