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          People

          Core Faculty

          Frances Arnold Frances Arnold

          Linus Pauling Professor of Chemical Engineering, Bioengineering and Biochemistry; Director, Donna and Benjamin M. Rosen Bioengineering Center
          Directed evolution, synthetic biology, protein engineering, biocatalysis, biofuels

          Justin S. Bois Justin S. Bois

          Teaching Professor of Biology and Biological Engineering

          Long Cai Long Cai

          Professor of Biology and Biological Engineering; Bioengineering Graduate Option Representative
          Single cell systems biology, super-resolution barcoded FISH, single molecule microscopy

          John Doyle John Doyle

          Jean-Lou Chameau Professor of Control and Dynamical Systems, Electrical Engineering, and Bioengineering
          Theoretical foundations and software infrastructure for complex technological and biological networks

          Michael Elowitz Michael Elowitz

          Professor of Biology and Bioengineering; Investigator, Howard Hughes Medical Institute; Executive Officer for Biological Engineering
          Biophysics, biocomputing, gene regulation networks and variation in living cells

          Lea Goentoro Lea Goentoro

          Professor of Biology
          Design principles of biological systems, signal transduction in animal cells, network architecture of embryonic development, cellular and developmental basis of evolution

          Viviana Gradinaru Viviana Gradinaru TedxCaltech

          Professor of Neuroscience and Biological Engineering;
          Investigator, Heritage Medical Research Institute;
          Director, Center for Molecular and Cellular Neuroscience

          Reverse engineering brain circuits, optogenetics, protein engineering, technology development for neuroscience

          Bruce A. Hay Bruce A. Hay

          Professor of Biology
          Genetic and molecular mechanisms that regulate cell death, proliferation, innate immunity, microRNA function, and spermatogenesis

          Rustem Ismagilov Rustem Ismagilov

          Ethel Wilson Bowles and Robert Bowles Professor of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering; Director, Jacobs Institute for Molecular Engineering for Medicine
          Global health; Microbial communities and biophysics of the gut microbiome; Diagnostics and Antimicrobial Susceptibility Testing (AST); Microfluidics and single-molecule and single-cell analyses; Complex networks of reactions, cells and organisms

          Henry A. Lester Henry A. Lester

          Professor of Biology
          Neuroscience—study of nervous system at the molecular, cellular, and system levels

          Carlos Lois Carlos Lois

          Research Professor
          Assembly of brain circuits and the cellular mechanisms by which neuronal activity in these circuits give rise to behavior.

          Steve Mayo Steve Mayo

          Bren Professor of Biology and Chemistry; William K. Bowes Jr. Leadership Chair, Division of Biology and Biological Engineering
          Development of computational approaches to protein engineering — a field that has broad applications ranging from advanced biofuels to human therapeutics

          Markus Meister Markus MeisterTedxCaltech

          Anne P. and Benjamin F. Biaggini Professor of Biological Sciences
          Brain science, function of neural circuits, sensory processing, neural coding and computation, instruments for recording neural signals

          Elliot M. Meyerowitz Elliot M. Meyerowitz

          George W. Beadle Professor of Biology; Investigator, Howard Hughes Medical Institute
          Computational modeling of plant development, computational analysis of microscope images

          Richard Murray Richard Murray

          Thomas E. and Doris Everhart Professor of Control and Dynamical Systems and Bioengineering
          Feedback and control in biological circuits, synthetic biology, molecular programming

          Lior Pachter Lior Pachter

          Bren Professor of Computational Biology and Computing and Mathematical Sciences
          Algorithms, combinatorics, comparative genomics, algebraic statistics, molecular biology and evolution

          Joseph Parker Joseph Parker

          Assistant Professor of Biology and Biological Engineering
          Molecular, genetic and neurobiological changes that underlie the evolution of interspecies interactions in the animal kingdom

          Rob Phillips Rob Phillips

          Fred and Nancy Morris Professor of Biophysics, Biology, and Physics
          Physical biology of the cell: biophysical theory, single-molecule experiments, single-cell experiments

          Niles Pierce Niles Pierce

          Professor of Applied & Computational Mathematics and Bioengineering
          Engineering small conditional DNAs and RNAs for signal transduction in vitro, in situ, and in vivo; computational algorithms for the analysis and design of nucleic acid systems; programmable molecular instruments for readout and regulation of cell state

          Lulu Qian Lulu Qian

          Professor of Bioengineering
          Designing and constructing artificial molecular systems that exhibit programmable behaviors such as recognizing molecular events from their environment, processing information, making decisions, taking actions, learning, and evolving

          Paul W.K. Rothemund Paul W.K. Rothemund TedxCaltech

          Research Professor of Bioengineering, Computing and Mathematical Sciences, and Computation and Neural Systems
          Molecular programming and algorithms, DNA computation, nucleic acid structure and thermodynamics, principles of self-assembly, nanotechnology, bionanolithography, using DNA nanostructures as instrumentation for biochemistry and biophysics

          Michael L. Roukes Michael L. Roukes TEDxCaltech

          Frank J. Roshek Professor of Physics, Applied Physics, and Bioengineering
          Nanobiotechnology, nanotechnology, nanoscale physics, nanoscale and molecular mechanics

          Mikhail Shapiro Mikhail Shapiro

          Professor of Chemical Engineering; Heritage Principal Investigator Biochemistry and Molecular Biophysics, Chemical Engineering
          Molecular and cellular engineering, non-invasive imaging and control of biological function, neuroscience, nanotechnology, synthetic biology

          Paul Sternberg Paul Sternberg

          Bren Professor of Biology
          Molecular genetics of development, nematodes, cancer genes

          Matt Thomson Matt Thomson

          Assistant Professor of Computational Biology
          Biological engineering, computational mathematics, developmental biology and genetics, synthetic biology, systems biology

          David Van Valen David Van Valen

          Assistant Professor of Biology and Biological Engineering
          Biological engineering, microbiology and immunology, systems biology

          Kaihang Wang Kaihang Wang

          Assistant Professor of Biology and Biological Engineering
          Bioengineering, genome engineering, microbiology, and immunology

          Erik Winfree Erik Winfree

          Professor of Computer Science, Computation and Neural Systems, and Bioengineering
          Biomolecular computation, DNA-based computation, algorithmic self-assembly, in vitro biochemical circuits, noise- and fault-tolerance, DNA and RNA folding, evolution




          Related Faculty

          Alexei Aravin Alexei Aravin

          Professor of Biology
          Non-coding RNAs: Study of natural functions of non-coding RNAs in the cell and programming of RNA pathways for new functions in vivo, non-coding RNAs as determinants of epigenetic states, the link between RNA- and chromatin-based epigenetic mechanisms

          David Baltimore David Baltimore

          President Emeritus; Robert Andrews Millikan Professor of Biology
          Development and functioning of the mammalian immune system and engineering immunity

          Pamela Bjorkman Pamela Bjorkman TedxCaltech

          David Baltimore Professor of Biology and Bioengineering
          Biochemistry, structural and molecular cell biology;biological engineering; microbiology and immunology; systems biology

          Joel Burdick Joel Burdick TedxCaltech

          Richard L. and Dorothy M. Hayman Professor of Mechanical Engineering and Bioengineering; Jet Propulsion Laboratory Research Scientist
          Robotics, neural prosthetics, and rehabilitation of spinal cord injuries

          Bill Clemons William (Bill) Clemons

          Professor of Biochemistry
          Structural biology, problems related to protein transport across membranes and post-translational modification of proteins

          Michael H. Dickinson Michael H. DickinsonTedxCaltech

          Esther M. and Abe M. Zarem Professor of Bioengineering and Aeronautics
          Biomechanics of animal locomotion, neurobiology of behavior, neurogenetics of Drosophila

          Azita Emami-Neyestanak Azita Emami-Neyestanak

          Andrew and Peggy Cherng Professor of Electrical Engineering and Medical Engineering; Investigator, Heritage Medical Research Institute
          Implantable and wearable devices for neural recoding and stimulations, microelectronic and optoelectronic systems for drug delivery and diagnostics

          Katalin Fejes-Tóth Katalin (Kata) Fejes-Tóth

          Research Assistant Professor of Biology and Biological Engineering
          Non-coding RNAs in regulation of gene expression

          Mory Gharib Mory Gharib

          Hans W. Liepmann Professor of Aeronautics and Professor of Bioinspired Engineering; Director, Graduate Aerospace Laboratories; Director, Center for Autonomous Systems and Technologies
          Biofluid dynamics, biomechanics, cardiac assist devices, advanced diagnostics

          Bill Goddard William (Bill) Goddard

          Charles and Mary Ferkel Professor of Chemistry, Materials Science, and Applied Physics
          Method development required for multiscale multi-paradigm based predictions of the structures and properties of proteins, DNA, polymers, ceramics, metal alloys, semiconductors, organometallics and applications on new materials for pharma, catalysis, microelectronics, nanotechnology, and superconductors

          Julia Greer Julia Greer

          Professor of Materials Science, Mechanics, and Medical Engineering
          Creating and studying advanced materials that utilize combination of 3-dimensional hierarchical architectures and nanoscale material size effects

          Ali Hajimiri Ali Hajimiri

          Bren Professor of Electrical Engineering and Medical Engineering
          Chip-based magnetic, optical, and electrical integrated biosensors for low-cost point-of-care diagnostics and sequencing applications, self-healing circuits and systems

          Ali Hajimiri Elizabeth (Betty) Hong

          Clare Boothe Luce Assistant Professor of Neuroscience
          Molecular basis of synaptic specialization and its role in physiology, behavior, and disease

          Julia Kornfield Julia Kornfield

          Professor of Chemical Engineering
          A broad range of macroscopic properties of polymers at the molecular level

          Sarkis Mazmanian Sarkis Mazmanian

          Luis B. and Nelly Soux Professor of Microbiology; Investigator, Heritage Medical Research Institute
          Discover how gut bacteria influence the development and function of the immune and nervous systems, with the goal of understanding mechanisms by which the microbiome contributes to the critical balance between health and disease

          Yuki Oka Yuki Oka

          Assistant Professor of Biology and Chen Scholar
          Neural and molecular basis of motivated behaviors toward homeostatic regulation

          Victoria Orphan Victoria Orphan

          James Irvine Professor of Environmental Science and Geobiology
          Molecular ecology of microbial communities involved in carbon, nitrogen, and sulfur cycling

          David Prober David Prober

          Professor of Biology
          Genetic circuits that regulate sleep and neural circuits that regulate sleep

          Thanos Siapas Thanos Siapas

          Professor of Computation and Neural Systems
          Brain mechanisms of learning and memory, large-scale electrophysiology, computational neuroscience

          Doris Tsao Doris Tsao

          Professor of Biology; T&C Chen Center for Systems Neuroscience Leadership Chair; Investigator, Howard Hughes Medical Institute; Director, T&C Chen Center for Systems Neuroscience
          Vision, biological engineering, computation and neural systems, neuroscience, systems biology

          Lihong Wang Lihong Wang

          Bren Professor of Medical Engineering and Electrical Engineering
          Biomedical imaging, photoacoustic imaging that allows peering noninvasively into biological tissues

          Changhuei Yang Changhuei Yang

          Thomas G. Meyers Professor of Electrical Engineering, Bioengineering, and Medical Engineering
          Biophotonics, bioimaging




          Lecturers

          Danny Petrasek Danny Petrasek

          Visiting Associate in Medical Engineering; Lecturer in Medical Engineering.

           


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