We are a new research group in the Department of Biology at the California Institute of Technology. Our goal is to understand how living systems and their respective viruses process information to understand both their internal state and the world around them.
To that end, our group leverages the latest advances in imaging, machine learning, and genomics to measure the interactions between viruses and their hosts (see Research).
Susan E. Riley award!January 4, 2021
The DeepCell Kiosk paper is published in Nature Methods!July 31, 2020
Rita Allen Foundation Scholars award!May 1, 2020
Uriah joins the lab!October 14, 2019
Erick submits the lab's pre-print on cell tracking with deep learning!September 15, 2019
Dylan's pre-print gets updated with new results!September 1, 2019
One year anniversary!June 1, 2019
Morgan, Emily, and Nitzan join the lab! Enrico graduates and joins Google.May 27, 2019
Our review 'Deep learning for cellular image analysis' appears in Nature Methods!