Graduate students are the engine behind productive research programs at WID and elsewhere. The dozens of graduate students affiliated with WID have elected to make interdisciplinary inquiry a priority in their studies and research.
Engineer stimuli-responsive polymers to recapitulate developmental tissue microenvironments
De novo peptides and chemical origins of life
Folate's role in epigenetic changes that permit neuronal regeneration
Neural cell differentiation and therapy
Biomass-based functional materials for applications in flexible electronics and energy.
Researching the intersection of controls and optimization, optimization as robust control.
Structural properties and cutting planes for binary polynomial optimization problems.
Epigenetic mechanisms of somatic cell reprogramming.
Integrating prior knowledge in computational network inference.
Understanding the physics at the origins of life.
Neural development of pediatric PTSD.
A CRISPR/Cas9 based therapeutic strategy for Alzheimer's disease
Regulation of histone methylation via the sensing of methyl-donor metabolite availability.
Evolutionary strategies for de novo peptide functions
Biomass aerogels' preparation and application investigation
Economics of Entrepreneurship
Mechanisms of activating Sirtuin 6, a histone deacetylase important in epigenetic regulation.