The faculty below are Dissertation Advisor (DA) Members of the Graduate Program in Computational and Integrative Biology (translation: they run experimental or computational labs that are generally open to CCIB graduate students). In practice, all faculty on this list are also tightly integrated into research at the center. 

These faculty can advise CCIB PhD or MS students, although in any given year the lab may or may not be accepting students. While PhD students are restricted to these labs, if you are an MS student, you may work with any of the CCIB full members who are willing. If they are not on the list below and you wanted to continue in their lab for a PhD, they would need to apply to the graduate program director to get on this list.

Experimental Labs

Bioinspired Self-Assembly, Fu Lab

Ecology, González Lab

Forensic Technology, Grgicak Lab

Laser Macromolecule Interactions Lab

Bacterial Cell Biology, Klein Lab

Circadian Rhythms, Lee Lab

Biomaterials & Eco-Design, Salas de la Cruz lab

Mitochondrial Cell Biology, Solesio Lab

Stoma Cell Biology, Qi Lab

Tissue Development, Yakoby Lab

Applied Ecology, Savage Lab

Evolutionary Genomics, Geneva Lab


Computational Labs


Membrane Proteins, Brannigan Lab

Computational Genomics, Grigoriev Lab

Machine Learning, Lamoureux Lab

Metabolism, Piccoli Lab

Cheminformatics, Zhu Lab

Machine learning, Bioinformatics, and Computational Biology Lab