Cedoljub Bundalovic-Torma

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Cedoljub Bundalovic-Torma

Supervisor: John Parkinson, collaborative internship proposed with Andrew Emili

Understanding how protein assemblies, metabolic pathways, and genetic transcription are all incorporated into a living organism is of great significance. My project will focus on determining the large scale organization of bacterial genetic networks; the main challenge of this research lies in incorporating existing genome-scale datasets (e.g., PPI, functional networks, phylogenetics, microarray, eSGA, etc…) to yield biologically interpretable results.

Ultimately this project will be valuable in understanding how bacterial genetic networks evolve, how they interact with their hosts in health and disease, which will enable us to develop better therapeutics.

Registered in: Department of Biochemistry

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