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'''Welcome to our lab's Wiki!<br><br>'''
'''Welcome to our lab's Wiki!<br><br>'''
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'''We are a dynamic interdisciplinary research group at The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center [http://www.mdanderson.org].<br><br>'''
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'''We are a dynamic interdisciplinary research group at Stony Brook University, NY. [http://www.stonybrook.edu/].<br><br>'''
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'''We are working at the interface of the physical and life sciences.<br><br>'''
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'''Our goal is to use synthetic gene circuits as research tools in the fields of evolution, development, and cancer.<br><br>'''
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'''We are trying to use synthetic gene circuits as research tools in the fields of evolution, development, and cancer.<br><br>'''
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'''We are in the process of relocating to Stony Brook University, NY.<br><br>'''
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'''Favorite Links:'''<br><br>
'''Favorite Links:'''<br><br>
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Laufer Center for Physical and Quantitative Biology [http://laufercenter.stonybrook.edu/]<br>
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Biomedical Engineering Department at Stony Brook University [http://www.bme.sunysb.edu/]<br>
q-Bio [http://q-bio.org/wiki/The_q-bio_Summer_School_and_Conference]<br>
q-Bio [http://q-bio.org/wiki/The_q-bio_Summer_School_and_Conference]<br>
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UH Networks Seminar [http://wwworm.biology.uh.edu/networks/]<br>
 
Rice University - Bioengineering [http://bioe.rice.edu/]<br>
Rice University - Bioengineering [http://bioe.rice.edu/]<br>
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Laufer Center at Stony Brook University [http://laufercenter.stonybrook.edu/]<br>
 
American Physical Society/DBP [http://www.aps.org/units/dbp/]<br>
American Physical Society/DBP [http://www.aps.org/units/dbp/]<br>
Collins Lab @ BU [http://www.bu.edu/abl/]<br>
Collins Lab @ BU [http://www.bu.edu/abl/]<br>
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UH Networks Seminar [http://wwworm.biology.uh.edu/networks/]<br>
Bolyai University [http://bolyai.eu/index.php]<br>
Bolyai University [http://bolyai.eu/index.php]<br>

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Welcome to our lab's Wiki!

We are a dynamic interdisciplinary research group at Stony Brook University, NY. [1].

Our goal is to use synthetic gene circuits as research tools in the fields of evolution, development, and cancer.


Favorite Links:

Laufer Center for Physical and Quantitative Biology [2]
Biomedical Engineering Department at Stony Brook University [3]
q-Bio [4]
Rice University - Bioengineering [5]
American Physical Society/DBP [6]
Collins Lab @ BU [7]
UH Networks Seminar [8]
Bolyai University [9]

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