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B.S. Math, University of Florida (2002)

B.S. Chemical Engineering, University of Florida (2002)
Ph.D. Chemical Engineering, Princeton University (2008)
gtreeves (@ncsu.edu)
919-513-0652 (phone)
919-515-3465 (fax)
Engineering Building I (EB1) - 2014 (office)
 
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Focus Areas
Biological Engineering. Engineering Principles of Cell-Cell Communication. Tissue Patterning. Feedback Control of Developing Tissues.

Current Projects
We study the development of the fruit fly, Drosophila melanogaster. We are interested in the mechanisms of formation of gene expression patterns in Drosophila development, and in animal development in general. We are most interested in systems-level properties of the patterns, such as fine-tuning, robustness, and size-dependent properties. We use fruit fly genetics, computational and theoretical modeling, and imaging of live and fixed tissues to approach these problems.

Honors & Awards
bullet 2013 National Science Foundation CAREER Award
bullet 2007 Jane Coffin Childs Memorial Fellowship for Medical Research
bullet 2002 National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship