The lab has a fun group of very talented students and postdocs working on a variety of projects from a variety of perspectives. You can see some short descriptions of our current research themes, and read some of our papers. We also enjoy the quality of life in the area; e.g., here's a photo of one of our lab hikes up nearby Mt. Cardigan.

Prospective Students and Postdocs

If you are a Dartmouth undergraduate or graduate student with a potential interest in computational biology (particularly in studies of protein structure and function, including protein engineering), then let's talk! Computational types: it's fine if you don't (yet) know the biology; you can learn in the context of a project. (I also offer relevant classes fairly routinely, as do others; ask me.)

If you are interested in pursuing graduate studies in computational biology at Dartmouth, then you should apply for admission to the CS department (PhD or MS admissions) or the Quantitative Biomedical Sciences program (application). While I'm glad for you to contact me to express your interest, you're not really applying for a position with me, but rather to join the department / program, and a committee decides admissions.

Current Lab Members


Graduate students

Undergraduate students



PhD students

MS students

Undergraduate students


Our research is highly collaborative, and we're very lucky to be working with great researchers at Dartmouth and other universities.