My current research interests are in developing image based assays for mammalian cell signaling systems that utilized live-cell approaches to view signaling events in real time at a single cell level to reveal events and mechanisms obscured by population averaging biochemical approaches. I am interesting in assays with workflows amenable to automation that can be used to generate functional data for the design and validation of mathematical models of gene regulatory networks.
|Transient nuclear envelope rupture during interphase in human cancer cells. Nucleus 2012||PubMed|
|Recruitment of functionally distinct membrane proteins to chromatin mediates nuclear envelope formation in vivo. JCB 2009||PubMed|
|Type 2 intramolecular nitroso Diels-Alder reaction. Synthesis and structure of bridgehead oxazinolactams. Org. Lett. 2000||PubMed|
In my spare time I try to stay fit doing judo 柔道 or gymnastics or playing volleyball at the beach. I also am a photography enthusiast and spend a lot of time taking random pictures of buildings or landscapes that catch my eye. I’m a Mac.