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January 2022-present: Currently we have positions for graduate students, undergraduate students, and postdocs to do research in our lab.

January 2022: Prof. Saiz will be teaching two courses in Winter: BIM 152 (Molecular Control of Biosystems) for undergraduate students and BIM 189C (Computational tools and Applications in Bioengineering and Biomedicine) for undergraduate students.

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December 2021: Check out Prof. Saiz preprint on “Robustness of DNA Looping Across Multiple Divisions in Individual Bacteria” published in bioRxiv.

November 2021: Check out Prof. Saiz report with the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine in The National Academies Press.

October 2021: Our latest paper on “Cell-to-cell and type-to-type heterogeneity of signaling networks: Insights from the crowd” has been published in Molecular Systems Biology.

October 2021: Our latest paper on “Reliably quantifying the evolving worldwide dynamic state of the COVID-19 outbreak from death records, clinical parametrization, and demographic data” has been published in Scientific Reports.

October 2021: Our latest paper on “Ascertaining the initiation of epidemic resurgences: an application to the COVID-19 second surges in Europe and the Northeast United States” has been published in Royal Society Open Science.

September 2021: Check out Prof. Saiz preprint on “Multi-landmark alignment of genomic signals reveals conserved expression patterns across transcription start sites” published in bioRxiv.

September 2021: Our latest paper on “All-or-none amyloid disassembly via chaperone-triggered fibril unzipping favors clearance of α-synuclein toxic species” has been published in PNAS.

April 2021: Our latest paper on “Computational Design of Single-Stranded DNA Hairpin Aptamers Immobilized on a Biosensor Substrate” has been accepted in Scientific Reports.

March 2021: Check out Prof. Saiz preprint on “Cell-to-cell and type-to-type heterogeneity of signaling networks: Insights from the crowd” published in bioRxiv.

January 2021: Check out Prof. Saiz preprint on “Similarities and differences of the COVID-19 second surge in Europe and the Northeast United States” published in medRxiv.

 

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