characterizing the non-linear processes that govern how cells behave and misbehave.

approaches to rationally integrate diverse types of high-throughput data.

understanding the processes that give rise to biomarkers and govern their potential utility.

characterizing how evolutionary forces (e.g. microenvironment, or drug treatment) impact tumor composition.

experimental and computational approaches to improve the throughput and sensitivity of proteomics technologies

a platform to accelerate the development of proteomics analysis tools.

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Canary Center @ Stanford


check out our latest papers on

- ProteoWizard (Nature Biotech)

- Cell Squishyness & Sliminess & Metastatic Potential (PNAS)

- Physical Sciences Characterization of Metastasis (Nature Scientific Reports)

- SWATH MS Libraries (Nature Protocols)


Our lab focuses on applying computational and experimental approaches to study cancer as a complex adaptive system.  It is our hope that by better characterizing the processes that govern how cancers develop and grow that we will be able to develop techniques to monitor those processes in a minimally invasive manner (e.g. using imaging or blood tests)