Xingbo Yang, Gloria Ha, Daniel J Needleman
bioRxiv, 2021 Sep 7
Marta Venturas, Xingbo Yang, Kishlay Kumar, Dagan Wells, Catherine Racowsky, Daniel J. Needleman
Fertility and Sterility, 2021 Sep 2
M. Venturas, J. S. Shah, X. Yang, T. H. Sanchez, W. Conway, D. Sakkas, D. J. Needleman
bioRxiv, 2021 Jun 9
Xingbo Yang, Matthias Heinemann, Jonathon Howard, Greg Huber, Srividya Iyer-Biswas, Guillaume Le Treut, Michael Lynch, Kristi L Montooth, Daniel J Needleman, Simone Pigolotti, Jonathan Rodenfels, Pierre Ronceray, Sadasivan Shankar, Sadasivan Shankar, Sadasivan Shankar, Iman Tavassoly, Shashi Thutupalli, Denis V Titov, Jin Wang, Peter J Foster
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, vol. 118(26), 2021 May 28
Daniel P. Shams, Xingbo Yang, Pankaj Mehta, David J. Schwab
Physical Review E, vol. 101(6), 2020 May 11, pp. 62410-62410
The objective of this project is to understand the spatiotemporal dynamics of energy usage in cells, how cells partition energy into different cellular processes and the associated energetic constraints.
We are developing techniques to measure and model mechanical forces in tissues and embryos. The goal is to understand how mechanical forces impact collective cell migration and morphogenesis.
Active particles dissipate free energy to move. I am studying how global order emerges from the interactions of a group of active particles. These model systems help understand cytoskeletal remodeling, morphogenesis and animal flocking.
Cells can sense their environment through mechanical or chemical cues. We explored how cells sense their environment and adapt their motion.
Planarians are multicellular flatworms that are capable of asexual reproduction through fission and regeneration. We studied how planarians control their divisions over their life cycle.