Patrik D'haeseleer, Ph.D.

Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
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Biology and Biotechnology Research Program
P.O. Box 808, L-448
7000 East Avenue
Livermore, CA 94551
Tel: (925) 422-3097
Fax: (925) 422-6127

I have recently moved to Lawrence Livermore National Lab in California, where I will be starting up a research group in computational biology / systems biology, focusing on topics such as analysis of genetic regulatory networks and comparitive analysis of whole genome functional composition.

I will be looking for some bright postdocs and UC grad students to join my group very soon, so feel free to contact me if you are interested! (The Lab currently has a big interest in bacterial genomics, so any tie-ins along those lines would be a bonus as well.)

I am currently was a postdoc in the Lipper Center for Computational Genetics, part of the Church lab at Harvard Medical School. My research focuses on genomics / bioinformatics / computational biology / systems biology, particularly the analysis of genomic and proteomic data. As many genomics problems involve complex networks of interacting components, much of my research deals with analysis, reconstruction and modeling of regulatory networks, metabolic networks, protein interaction networks and signal transduction pathways. I approach these challenges with a blend of computational modeling, theoretical and statistical analysis, and a systems-level perspective. Here are some ongoing research topics:

Although these days I prefer to think of myself as a computational biologist, in my previous incarnations I have also obtained two separate degrees in Electrical Engineering in Belgium, an MS in Computer Science at Stanford, and a Ph.D. in Computer Science at the University of New Mexico.


Curriculum Vitae (pdf)

Until I flesh this page out a little more, you can also visit my old homepage at UNM for more details.

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