SYSTEMATIC: How Systems Biology is Transforming Modern Medicine
My first book, Systematic: How Systems Biology is Transforming Modern Medicine, has been released in the USA. It explores how simple biological pieces work together to do complicated things: how the network of neurons in your brain allows you to think; how the microbiome might interact with the body to influence one’s weight or even mood; how bamboo flowering schedules create swarms of rats in India every 48 years; and how gerbils in Kazakhstan get bubonic plague.
Boring ol’ scholarly writing
If you’re more interested in allostery at GPCRs or metabolic adaptations to quiescence, good news! You can find a list of my academic publications on my CV.