Peter J. Mucha, PhD

June 25, 2015

Peter J. Mucha, PhD

Bowman and Gordon Gray Distinguished Term Professor of Mathematics

Resource Faculty
Phone: 919-962-1294 | Office: 425 Chapman Hall
Email: mucha@unc.edu | Website: http://mucha.web.unc.edu/

Research Areas: Bioinformatics, Computational Systems Biology
Research Interests: Applied & Computational Mathematics, Networks, Complex Systems, Data Science


Karen Mohlke, PhD

June 25, 2015

Karen Mohlke, PhD

Professor of Genetics

Resource Faculty
Phone: 919-966-2913 | Office: 5096 Genetic Medicine Bldg.
Email: mohlke@med.unc.edu | Website: http://mohlke.web.unc.edu/

Research Areas: Bioinformatics, Computational Genomics, Statistical and Population Genetics
Research Interests: Genetic basis of complex metabolic traits


Jeremy Purvis, PhD

June 25, 2015

Jeremy Purvis, PhD

Assistant Professor of Genetics

Core Faculty
Phone: 919-962-4923 | Office: 5061 Genetic Medicine Bldg.
Email: jeremy_purvis@med.unc.edu | Website: http://genetics.unc.edu/purvislab/

Research Areas: Bioinformatics, Computational Systems Biology, Image Analysis
Research Interests: Our lab uses computational and experimental approaches to study signaling mechanisms in stem cells and cancer pathways. We are especially interested in understanding the molecular mechanisms underlying “irreversible” cell fate decisions such as apoptosis, senescence, and differentiation. We study the timing and mechanism of these decisions using a combination of time-lapse microscopy and computational modeling. Our ultimate goal is to not only understand how cells make decisions under physiological conditions, but to discover how to manipulate these decisions to treat disease.


Kevin M. Weeks, PhD

June 25, 2015

Kevin M. Weeks, PhD

Kenan Distinguished Professor of Chemistry

Resource Faculty
Phone: 919-962-7486 | Office: 3258 Genome Sciences Building
Email: weeks@unc.edu | Website: http://www.chem.unc.edu/rna/

Research Areas: Bioinformatics, Computational Biophysics, Computational Genomics
Research Interests: Chemical Biology, Structural Biology, and Bioinformatics of the Transcriptome


J. Mauro Calabrese, PhD

June 25, 2015

J. Mauro Calabrese, PhD

Assistant Professor of Pharmacology and Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center

Resource Faculty
Phone: 919-843-3257 | Office: 4093 Genetic Medicine Bldg.
Email: jmcalabr@med.unc.edu | Website: http://www.med.unc.edu/pharm/calabreselab

Research Areas: Bioinformatics, Comparative Genomics and Molecular Evolution, Computational Genomics
Research Interests: Sequence rules to predict long noncoding RNA function, mechanisms of transcriptional regulation by long noncoding RNAs