Our lab investigates fundamental questions about the origins and impact of cellular heterogeneity in collective cellular decision making, tissue development and homeostasis. Results from our studies are applied to investigate mechanisms of drug resistance, cancer evolution and new therapeutic strategies. A common theme is the combined use of single-cell perturbation assays, quantitative imaging, data-driven modeling and theory, which is empowered by our multi-disciplinary approach and team.

Postdoctoral positions for experimentalists, computational scientists and theorists are available for 2016.

Neutrophil signaling network