margaret e johnson
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maggie
Protein-protein interactions are the driving force for cellular processes ranging from signal transduction and nutrient uptake to gene transcription and cellular motility.  Our research focuses on understanding the mechanisms and cellular control of dynamic protein assembly for the proper functioning of the cell. We combine approaches from statistical mechanics, network theory, optimization and computational biology to build molecular scale and systems scale models of protein interactions in the cell. 





Johns Hopkins University
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