Read Lab at UCI

 
 

We use computational approaches from engineering and the physical sciences to study biological processes relevant to human health.


Biological systems are exceedingly complex: they are multi-scale, nonlinear, and subject to noise at the molecular level. This complexity means that computer models are vital for uncovering mechanistic principles based on varied experimental data.


Our focus is immune system dynamics and regulation. A major goal is to develop computer simulation tools that can predict therapeutic interventions to treat or prevent disease. Learn more.

 

10/13

Welcome, rotation student Brian and Masters student Bharath!


10/13

Welcome to the group, Mat and Ben!


7/13

Our new 64-core compute node is up and running at HPC


3/13

Welcome to the group, Maggie!


1/13

Welcome, rotation student Eric!


10/12

The Read lab has been awarded a startup allocation of computing time from XSEDE


10/12

Welcome, rotation student Margaret!

Announcements

Group News

We are recruiting innovative, motivated researchers to join our group! Interested students and postdoc candidates should email Prof. Read.