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'''We are trying to use synthetic gene circuits as research tools in the fields of evolution, development, and cancer.<br><br>'''
 
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'''We are in the process of relocating to Stony Brook University, NY.<br><br>'''
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'''Favorite Links:'''<br><br>
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q-Bio [http://q-bio.org/wiki/The_q-bio_Summer_School_and_Conference]<br>
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UH Networks Seminar [http://wwworm.biology.uh.edu/networks/]<br>
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Rice University - Bioengineering [http://bioe.rice.edu/]<br>
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Laufer Center at Stony Brook University [http://laufercenter.stonybrook.edu/]<br>
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American Physical Society/DBP [http://www.aps.org/units/dbp/]<br>
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Collins Lab @ BU [http://www.bu.edu/abl/]<br>
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Bolyai University [http://bolyai.eu/index.php]<br>
  
  

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Welcome to our lab's Wiki!

We are a dynamic interdisciplinary research group at The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center [1].

We are working at the interface of the physical and life sciences.

We are trying to use synthetic gene circuits as research tools in the fields of evolution, development, and cancer.

We are in the process of relocating to Stony Brook University, NY.



Favorite Links:

q-Bio [2]
UH Networks Seminar [3]
Rice University - Bioengineering [4]
Laufer Center at Stony Brook University [5]
American Physical Society/DBP [6]
Collins Lab @ BU [7]
Bolyai University [8]