Research Grants

Current Research Grants

NSF #1146819
Laubenbacher (PI),
Brett Tyler (Co-Pi), John McDowell (Co-Pi), Stefan Hoops (Co-Pi)
6/15/2012 - 5/31/2015
Collaborative Research: ABI Innovation: PlantSimLab: A Simulation Laboratory for Plant Biology

NCI-NIH 1R21CA156133-01A1
Laubenbacher (PI)
8/1/2011-7/30/2013
A Systems Approach to Iron Metabolism in Cancer Cells.

USDA
Laubenbacher (co-PI)
6/2011-5/2016
Integrated management of oomycete diseases of soybean and other crop plants.

DMS-1106706-NSF
Coalescent-based Species Tree Inference Using Algebraic Statistics
Kubatko, OSU (PI), Chifman (Co-PI)
recommended for funding.

DMS-1062878-NSF – REU
Laubenbacher (PI)
5/2011 - 4/2014
REU Site: Modeling and Simulation of Biological Networks
. The objective of the proposed program is to provide a 10-week residential summer research experience in mathematical biology to undergraduate students from around the U.S. and Puerto Rico, with the goal of increasing their desire and preparation to enter a Ph.D. program in mathematics or computational biology.

U.S. Army Research Office
Laubenbacher (PI)
8/2009-7/2013
Computational Biomathematics: Toward Optimal Control of Complex Biological Systems

CMMI-0908201-NSF
Laubenbacher (PI)
10/2009-9/2012
Polynomial dynamical systems over finite fields: from structure to dynamics.

Past Research Grants

Wake Forest University Translational Science Institute (TSI)
V. Shulaev (PI), R. Laubenbacher (co-PI), S. Akman (co-PI)
6/2008-5/2010
Translational breast cancer metabolomics
. A joint project with Wake Forest University to discover cancer biomarkers.

DMS-0755322-NSF – REU
Laubenbacher (PI), Burns, Zietsman (co-PIs)
5/2008 - 4/2011
REU Site: Modeling and Simulation of Biological Networks.
The objective of the proposed program is to provide a 10-week residential summer research experience in mathematical biology to undergraduate students from around the U.S. and Puerto Rico, with the goal of increasing their desire and preparation to enter a Ph.D. program in mathematics or computational biology.

RO1CA120170-01A2 – NIH
V. Shulaev (PI), Laubenbacher, Mendes (co-PIs)
6/2007- 5/2010
Molecular fingerprinting of breast cancer development. Joint project with Wake Forest University Cancer Biology Department. The focus of the project is to study a metabolic network and its changes in breast cancer cells.

EEC-0609225- NSF
R. Davalos (PI), Laubenbacher (co-PI)
8/2006-8/2010
BBSI: Summer Institute for Quantitative and Integrative Bioengineering. Joint project of the Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Wake Forest University School of Biomedical Engineering and Sciences (SBES) and the Virginia Bioinformatics Institute (VBI. The intellectual focus of the program--integrated and quantitative bioengineering--and will emphasize three major thrusts: computation systems biology, computational bio-imaging, and computational physiology.