Systems Biology of Biological Clocks

Month: April 2022

Visualizing Tool Developed by Robert Moseley and Sophia Campione Published in JoVE

Robert Moseley and Sophia Campione recently developed a browser-based tool that allows for interactive visualization and generation of network models. The Inherent Dynamics Visualizer (IDV) connects to the network inference tool developed with our collaborators the Inherent Dynamics Pipeline (IDP). The IDV allows for informed decision-making on parameter choices made throughout the IDP. Together, the tools allow for streamlined inference of gene-regulatory networks.

See the papers for the IDV and the IDP. Watch the video for the IDV here:

Inherent Dynamics Visualizer, an Interactive Application for Evaluating and Visualizing Outputs from a Gene Regulatory Network Inference Pipeline


Duke Chronicle names Biological Clocks with Steve Haase and Anna Christina Nelson an ‘interesting class to take’ for Fall 2022

The class taught this fall by Steve alongside Anna Christina Nelson was mentioned in the Duke Chronicle article ‘Seven Interesting Classes to Take in Fall 2022’!

“This course will examine the many rhythmic behaviors exhibited by organisms and cells, from sleep and wake cycles to flower openings to cell division and malaria infections. Classwork will center around the genetic and molecular networks that comprise clocks regulating cell division and circadian rhythms, as well as the quantitative aspects of clock networks through a data analysis and dynamical systems model perspective.” Alison Korn, Duke Chronicle

Full article here.

Congratulations to newly minted Dr. Lauren Smith!

Congratulations to our graduate student Lauren Smith for successfully defending her thesis on March 29, 2022!




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