Chao Tang, PhD
|School||UCSF School of Pharmacy|
|Address||1700 4th Street|
San Francisco CA 94158
|University of Chicago||1982
||1982||Valentine Telegdi Prize, University of Chicago|
| American Physical Society||1997
||1997||Fellow, the American Physical Society|
|OverseaNational Science Foundation of China||2002
||2002||Overseas Chinese Young Scholars Award, National Science Foundation of China|
||2003||Troisième Cycle Lecture, Lausanne, Switzerland|
|Chinese Ministry of Education||2003
||2003||Chang Jiang Scholar Award, Chinese Ministry of Education|
|Chinese University of Hong Kong||2006
||2006||Croucher Lecture, Chinese University of Hong Kong|
||2011||China Thousand Talent Program|
We are a Systems Biology lab. We are interested in quantitative studies of biological systems, applying and developing quantitative methods and tools to address key biological questions. We believe that an interdisciplinary approach focusing on quantitative questions at a systems level will uncover new biological principles and help us to better understand complex disease and design new therapeutic strategies. The lab has both wet and dry components. Some of our current projects include: yeast cell cycle regulation, stress response, the function and topology of biological networks, modeling cancer pathways and development, systems drug design, and theoretical issues in systems biology.
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