Donnelly CCBR, #1308
160 College Street
Toronto, Ontario M5S 3E1
The Andrews lab uses functional genomics coupled with yeast genetics and cell biology to study cell cycle transcription factor pathways and mechanisms of cell cycle regulation. Current projects include: 1) systematic synthetic dosage lethality (SDL) screens using automated yeast genetics to define targets of protein kinases; 2) a 'phenomics' project that uses high through put fluorescence microscopy to define biological networks and to map cell cycle transcription factor pathways; 3) collaborations with the Boone, Hughes and other labs to map genetic networks controlling cell cycle progression and cell polarity in yeast.
Andrews lab website http://www.utoronto.ca/andrewslab/