Adam Arkin

Adam Arkin

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Dean A. Richard Newton Memorial Professor, Bioengineering
Senior Faculty Scientist, Environmental Genomics and Systems Biology Division, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Director, Berkeley Synthetic Biology Institute
CEO/CSO, DOE Systems Biology Knowledgebase
PI and Co-Director, ENIGMA SFA

512C Energy Biosciences Building
Mailcode 5230
UC Berkeley
510-643-5678
aparkin@lbl.gov

For more information, see: http://genomics.lbl.gov/

Research Areas

Computational Biology, Bioinformatics, Genomics, Systems & Synthetic Biology, and Tissue Engineering & Regenerative Medicine
 

Research Interests

The Arkin Lab’s research focuses on the systems and synthetic biology of microorganisms. They are experts in theory, computation and experiments surrounding the modeling of biological systems at the molecular and population level and have developed a number of genome scale technologies with which we can rapidly assess the genomic function of uncharacterized microorganisms. The lab’s models span the deterministic and stochastic analysis of both homogeneous and spatially distributed systems.