Lab mailing list
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|C. Titus Brown||Asst. Professor|
|Chris Adami||Professor (MMG) -- honorary co-located labbie|
|Arend Hintze||Post-doctoral researcher (w/Adami Lab)|
|Elijah Lowe||PhD student (CSE)|
|Qingpeng Zhang||PhD student (CSE)|
|Likit Preeyanon||PhD student (MMG)|
|Jiarong Guo||PhD Student (MMG; w/Tiedje Lab)|
|C.S. Welcher||PhD student (CSE)|
|Leigh Sheneman||PhD student (CSE)|
|Tamer Mansour||PhD Student (MMG; w/Schutte Lab)|
|Luiz Irber||PhD student (CSE)|
|Michael R. Crusoe||Staff Software Engineer / Bioinformatician|
|Katie LaChance||Undergraduate Researcher|
|Alexis Pyrkosz||Post-doctoral researcher (w/Cheng Lab)|
|Sherine Awad||Post-doctoral researcher|
|Rose Canino-Koning||MS Student (CSE)|
|Tasneem Pierce||Lab manager and undergraduate researcher|
|Eden Tekleab||MS student (CSE)|
|Kaben Nanlohy||Research Associate(w/Li Lab)|
|Owen Pierce||Undergraduate Researcher|
|Alex Nolley||Undergraduate Researcher|
|Eric McDonald||Staff Scientist/Software Engineer|
|Jason Pell||PhD Student (CSE)|
|Tim Brom||PhD Student (CSE)|
|Brittney Grzesiak||Undergraduate researcher|
|Adina Chuang||Post-doctoral researcher (w/Tiedje Lab)|
|Kanchan Pavangadkar||Post-doctoral researcher|
Affiliated MSU programs
Titus Brown is an assistant professor in the departments of Computer Science and Engineering (CSE) and Microbiology and Molecular Genetics (MMG). We welcome students and collaborators from pretty much any program, however.
The GED lab shares interests with the Quantitative Biology Initiative (QBMI), the Gene Expression in Development and Disease Focus Group, and the Neuroscience Program. We are also part of the BEACON NSF Science and Technology Center for the study of evolution in action.
Other than the usual Golden Rule derivatives ("don't treat other people badly"), there are is only one up-front policy: all students doing computational work under Dr. Brown's supervision will be expected to release their source code under an MSU-approved open source license prior to publication or graduation, whichever comes first.