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Morcos Lab

Evolutionary Information Lab

Our lab focuses on solving problems at the interface between biology, computation, mathematics and biophysics. The primary focus of the lab is the development and application of methods to extract biological information from sequence and genomic data in combination with physical models to study molecular evolutionary landscapes, biomolecular structure and function, macro-complex formation, specificity in biological networks and its applications to understand and fight disease.

@MorcosLab

- August 4, 2018

Congratulations to Deep Goel for presenting her results from the Clark Summer research program with her mentor Xian… https://t.co/shispNSItF
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@MorcosLab

- July 30, 2018

RT @UTD_Biology: A Scientific Dating Game: Biologists Play RNA-Protein Matchmakers https://t.co/xfBq2OeXaY via @UT_Dallas
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- July 12, 2018

RT @NatureComms: Global pairwise RNA interaction landscapes reveal core features of protein recognition. @Campbell_LabUTD @MorcosLab @UTD_…
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