Discovering physical principles that govern stochastic single-cell behavior, and transcend the details of specific biological systems, is the primary focus of our research. In recent works (using experiments and theory), we have found the scaling laws governing the stochastic growth and division of individual cells under steady-state growth conditions. To continue to explore what we do, please visit our Research page.
Interested in joining our group? Please contact me for postdoctoral, graduate and undergraduate research opportunities.
Selected awards and honors
Jake Crosser is inducted into the American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Honor Society.
Adam Guerin is awarded the “Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation” research scholarship.
Sri Iyer-Biswas chairs a session for the “Thermodynamics of Computation” workshop, Santa Fe Institute.
Sri Iyer-Biswas is appointed an External Professor of the Santa Fe Institute.
Sri Iyer-Biswas is awarded a collaborative grant by the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation.
Brandon Walker is awarded the Five-years Provost’s Graduate Excellence Fellowship by UT Austin.
Sri Iyer-Biswas is an invited lecturer at the 2017 q-bio Summer School, Colorado.