Dan Szymanski’s lab in collaboration with labs in biological and mechanical engineering combines experimental and computational biology to discover how plant cells dynamically reorganize the cytoskeleton and the cell wall during cell morphogenesis. Iterative cycles of multivariate live cell imaging, finite element computational modeling is leading to realistic and predictive models of plant cell growth control that are enabling crop plant engineering. Another major project in the lab is to develop a proteomics pipeline that can be used to discover and analyze endogenous protein complexes and how they change in response to environmental and developmental conditions.
Editorial Board Member
Frontiers in Plant Cell Biology
in silico Plants
Refereed Journal Articles (Google scholar page)
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