• Three high school students, Joshua Lee, Vineet image001Malhotra, William Sun gain research experience in our lab from the summer program, Computer Scienceand Informatics Research Experience (CSIRE) for K-12 students, held from July 5 – Aug 4, 2017 (Stony Brook News and Vineet’s project demo).
  • June 13 2017, Daifeng Wang (SBU) and Ian Blaby (BNL) are awarded the 2017 SBU-BNL Seed Grant. The funded project is Large-Scale Comparative Regulatory Network Analysis in Photosynthetic Organisms.
  • May 30 2017, Daifeng Wang (Biomedical Informatics) and Flaminia Talos (Urology and Pathology) are awarded the interdisciplinary research pilot grant of Stony Brook Cancer Center, School of Medicine and College of Engineering and Applied Sciences. The funded project is Identification of gene regulatory networks for direct conversion of fibroblasts into bladder epithelia.
  • May 22-23 2017, Daifeng Wang received a travel fellowship to present a poster on gene regulatory network in the 2nd Penn Symposium on Mathematical & Computational Biology, Philadelphia, PA


  • April 18 2017, Alisha Kamat presented a poster on machine learning applications in lung cancer gene expression in 2017 Gloria and Mark Snyder Annual Symposium for Cancer Medicine, Stony Brook, NY
  • March 10 2017, Daifeng Wang gave an invited seminar in Biology Department of Brookhaven National Laboratory, Upton, NY
  • January 17 2017, Daifeng Wang presented an invited talk on internal and external gene regulatory networks in the systems genomics workshop of PAG XXV, San Diego, CA
  • November 30 2016, Daifeng Wang gave a poster presentation on internal and external gene expression dynamics in Computational Aspects of Biological Information (CABI) 2016 at Microsoft Research New England, Cambridge, MA
  • October 19 2016, the new paper, DREISS: Using State-Space Models to Infer the Dynamics of Gene Expression Driven by External and Internal Regulatory Networks, is published in PLoS Computational Biology
  • August 1 2016, Laboratory for Informatics, Networks and Systems (LINS) is established in Department of Biomedical Informatics, Stony Brook University.
  • July 8-12 2016, Daifeng Wang gave two oral presentations on systems genomics and academic social networks in 2016 Intelligent Systems for Molecular Biology (ISMB), Orlando, Florida, USA. ISMB is the flagship annual conference of the International Society for Computational Biology.