Mark Xiang

TITLE: Graduate Student (PhD)
PROGRAM: Bioinformatics (2020 – present)
B.S., University of Massachusetts, Amherst (2020)

Research Interests

My current research interests are how NFκB dynamics informs B cell fate decision. Our lab has previously determined 6 informative NFκB dynamical features, but what remains unknown is whether cells actually use these information to make decisions – apoptosis, proliferation, division and/or differentiation. I focus on RelA and cRel, two distinct subunit of NFκB, to study signaling dynamics and their correlation with fate decision.