Our ultimate goal is to investigate the molecular mechanisms of chronic diseases.    We develop new computational methods to model biological processes and mine high-dimensional, multi-modal biomedical data.    We are very interested in the effect of gene regulatory networks in disease.
News (for Laboratory's news archive click here)
  • Jun 2015: Our lab is awarded $1.3M from NIH to develop causal graphical models for large, multi-modal datasets.

  • Jan 2015: Takis gave a talk on T-ReCS at the 20th PSB 2015 conference.

  • Nov 2014: Takis becomes Vice Chair for Academic Affairs in the Department of Computaitonal and Systems Biology.
University of Pittsburgh, Department of Computational and Systems Biology