The phases of each of these cycles are characterized by genomic states that reflect a response to phase-specific signals. These genomic states set up transcriptional programs that then motor the cycle forward to the next phase. Although each individual cycle has been studied extensively, we still know little about the global genomic responses to the cycles and their associated transcriptional regulatory programs, and we know even less about how the three cycle transcription programs interconnect and influence each other. CycliX aims at a quantitative and comprehensive understanding of the global genomic responses and transcriptional programs characterizing each cycle, with a focus on deciphering how and when these transcription programs intersect at a shared "core" regulatory network to assure proper integration and coordination among the three cycling systems.
Most recent open positions
Post-doctoral, graduate student, bioinformatician, positions available to work on the CycliX project starting in 2011.
See Open Positions section.