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Todd Vision, PhD

July 20, 2015

Todd Vision, PhD

Associate Professor of Biology and Adjunct Associate Professor of School of Information and Library Science

Core Faculty Research Areas: Bioinformatics, Comparative Genomics and Molecular Evolution, Computational Genomics, Statistical and Populational Genetics
Research Interests:

I am interested in computational, statistical and quantitative approaches to testing ideas about the processes governing the evolution of genetic systems, from changes in gene content to major morphological innovations and other complex traits.


Phone: 919-962-4479 | Office: 3155 Genome Sciences Bldg.
Email: tjv@bio.unc.edu | Website: https://visionlab.web.unc.edu/

Flavio Frohlich, PhD

July 8, 2015

Flavio Frohlich, PhD

Assistant Professor of Psychiatry, Cell Biology and Physiology, Biomedical Engineering, Neurology

Core Faculty Research Areas: Computational Biophysics
Research Interests:

Our goal is to revolutionize the treatment of psychiatric and neurological illness by developing novel brain stimulation paradigms. We identify and target network dynamics of physiological and pathological brain function.


Phone: 919-966-4584 | Office: 4109F Neurosciences Research Bldg.
Email: flavio_frohlich@med.unc.edu | Website: http://www.frohlichlab.org

Boyce E. Griffith, PhD

July 8, 2015

Boyce E. Griffith, PhD

Associate Professor of Mathematics and Adjunct Assistant Professor of Biomedical Engineering

Core Faculty Research Areas: Computational Biophysics
Research Interests:

Mathematical modeling and computer simulation in physiology, especially cardiovascular mechanics, fluid dynamics, and fluid-structure interaction and cardiac electrophysiology.


Phone: 919-962-7110 | Office: 306 Phillips Hall
Email: boyceg@email.unc.edu | Website: http://griffith.web.unc.edu

Charles M. Perou, PhD

July 8, 2015

Charles M. Perou, PhD

The May Goldman Shaw Distinguished Professor of Molecular Oncology, of Genetics and Pathology & Laboratory Medicine

Core Faculty Research Areas: Bioinformatics, Computational Genomics, Computational Systems Biology
Research Interests:

The focus of the Perou Lab is to characterize the biological diversity of human tumors using genomics, genetics, and cell biology, and to then use this information to develop computational predictors of tumor responsiveness and patient outcomes.


Phone: 919-843-5740 | Office: 5111 Marsico Hall
Email: cperou@med.unc.edu | Website: http://peroulab.med.unc.edu/