Ray Sachs, UCB. Computational Radiation Biology
Computational Biologists at UCB math.
Links take you away from Sachs' site.
Lior Pachter Home Page.
Lior is an Assistant Prof. in the Dept. He is interested in the applications of mathematics
to genomics, especially comparative genomics.
Javier is a postdoc in our group. His
main interests are chromosome structure and DNA repair. His
approach to these problems relies on a combination of experimental and
mariel joined our group in August 2000 as a postdoctoral fellow. She
is interested in studying the structure of DNA and how it is affected by
vital biological processes such as DNA recombination and repair.
Home Page. Allen
is a grad student. His
research is on modeling chromosome aberrations, using Monte Carlo simulation.
Links to off-campus sites.
David Brenner Home Page.
David, Professor of Radiation Oncology and Public Health at Columbia,
is a long-time collaborator. He works on
biophysical modeling, radiation biology, low dose risk estimation,
radiotherapy modeling, and radon modeling.
Robert Stewart Home Page.
Robert is at Purdue. He works on:
biological optimization of radiotherapy treatment plan designs;
mechanistic modeling of the biological effects of chemical and
radiological toxicants, especially for low dose and dose rate exposure
conditions; dosimetry and microdosimetry;
Monte Carlo and discrete ordinates radiation transport methods;
and mathematical modeling.
Herwig Paretzke Home Page.
"Nothing in biology makes sense except in the light of evolution."
-- Theodosius Dobzhanski