James Galagan

Associate Professor, Biomedical Engineering

Associate Professor, Biomedical Engineering

Research Interests:
Using a genomics, computational modeling, and experimental systems-identification techniques to reconstruct the gene regulatory network of M. tuberculosis
Developing and experimentally validating computational models of microbial metabolism for M. tuberculosis and N. crassa
Using high-throughput sequencing and comparative sequence analysis to study the functional evolution of M. tuberculosis
Developing computational methods for genomic data analysis (including gene prediction, gene expression analysis, and polymorphism discovery)
Developing experimental methods for microbial systems identification and analysis, drawing on electrical and mechanical systems identification methods

Websites:
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Rafik B. Hariri Institute for Computing and Computation Science & Engineering profile
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Programs and Departments:
Department of Biomedical Engineering