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Discrete and Topological Models for DNA Assembly


Ryan's povray tracing image of an assembly graph

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In recent years it has become clear that mathematical tools from algebra, group theory, combinatorics, and topology play essential roles in understanding vital biological processes at the molecular scale. These include applications of

There are a number of intriguing connections between these techniques, and they are all essential tools for our understanding of structures and processes in molecular biology, especially nucleic acids and proteins.

Postdoc position may become available in 2018/19 for:
Computational Analysis of Genome Rearrangement
University of South Florida (USF), joint with Princeton University.
Contact (415) 957-6678 or 815-647-4372 if interested.


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