Roger Alexander

Postdoctoral Associate, Gerstein Lab, Yale CBB

  • Ph.D. (Biology), Georgia Tech, 2007
  • B.S. (Aerospace Engineering), Virginia Tech, 1999
My research interests:
  • epigenomics: understanding how histone modifications, DNA methylation, and other factors cause different fractions of the genome to be active in different cell types and tissues
  • dynamics and modularity of molecular signaling networks
  • evolution of molecular signaling networks
  • differences in bacterial and eukaryotic genome organization
    My Publications:

    We won't understand cell biology until we can take any cell type and transform it into any other cell type, understanding the entire process at a mechanistic level.