An NSF grant from Molecular and Cellular Biosciences was awarded in the amount of $546K for 3 yrs. Under this grant, all my theories will be verified.
Seminar at the Institute of Systems Biology on Stochasticity and modularity in synthetic gene regulatory systems
Genome Sciences/CMB Program Combi Seminar at the University of Washington on Fan-out Considerations and Noise Control of Synthetic Gene Circuits
IWBDA: International Workshop on Bio-Design Automation at DAC. Oral presentation on Fan-out Considerations in Gene Regulatory Networks
MBI Workshop 3: Synthetic Biology. Oral presentation on Control of Noise and Measures of Modularity in Synthetic Networks
2nd Workshop on Stochasticity in Biochemical Reaction Networks. Banff, BC. Oral presentation on Sensitivity Analysis and Module Interface Conditions on Stochastic Gene Circuits
2008 BMES Annual Fall Meeting. Oral presentation on Systems and Synthetic Biology: A Match Made in Heaven
NSF (Advancing Theory in Biology) has decided to fund my research on stochastic extension of metabolic control analysis (PI:Herbert).
ICSB poster presentation on Noise Propagation and Sensitivity for Stochastic Reaction Networks