Keeping up with moving targets in cells and science

28 September 2018

Galit Lahav
Department of Systems Biology
Harvard Medical School


Many signaling molecules exhibit complex dynamical behaviors. Scientific goals are also not static, and often change as the result of new technologies and knowledge. In this talk I will share the main questions that my lab perused in the last decade related to the dynamics of p53, a critical tumor-suppressive protein that controls genomic integrity and cell survival. I will also present the new questions and puzzles that have emerged from our findings and some thoughts on what I see as the next goals of Systems Biology.

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