Kevin will be joining Biophysics as an Assistant Professor of Biophysics in September 2013.

Kevin studies complex biological systems using a combination of analytical, computational, and experimental tools.  He is particularly interested in the interplay between biological systems and environmental perturbations, including the effects of drug combinations on bacteria and human cancer cells, the contributions of multi-gene perturbations to cellular fitness, and the theoretical connections between the statistical properties of complex networks and their responses to combined perturbations.

Please join us in welcoming Kevin to Michigan!