We use computational approaches to generate hypotheses about microbial networks and design experiments to test our understanding of these networks. Read More >>>
We develop computational approaches to predict how different genetic perturbations impact cellular production and growth rates. Read More >>>
We use systems biology approaches to study microbe-microbe and/or microbe-host interactions and develop models and approaches to predict metabolic fluxes and metabolic interactions in these complex systems. Read More >>>
Upcoming Conferences and Seminars
- ACS National Meeting in March
- 2016 Genomic Science Grantee Meeting in March
- NYU Abu Dhabi’s annual Genomics and Systems Biology Symposium in Feb
Welcome to Reed Laboratories!
Our group studies microbial metabolism and regulation using a combination of computational and experimental approaches. Overall, we use computational models to study biological systems, engineer cells, and expand our knowledge of the underlying mechanisms behind observed cellular behaviors.
- Dec, 2015
Jennie was elected to the American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering (AIMBE) College of Fellows.
- Nov, 2015
- Nov, 2015
Leah Thomas, Heather Waters and Shu Pan were all selected to present at the 2016 Emerging Researchers National (ERN) Conference in STEM
- Oct, 2015
Sanjan Gupta (CBE Grad Student) and Kiel Nikolakakis (PostDoc) have joined the group
Newest Publications3 results
"Metabolic Assessment of E. coli as a Biofactory for Commercial Products", Metabolic Engineering, vol. 35, feb 2016, pp. 64–74.
"MapMaker and PathTracer for tracking carbon in genome-scale metabolic models.", Biotechnology journal, 2016.
"Applications of Constraint-Based Models for Biochemical Production", Biotechnology for Biofuel Production and Optimization, 1 ed. C. Eckert, C. T. Trinh, Eds., Elsevier, 2016, pp. 201–226.