We are interested in quantitative studies of biological systems. We apply, develop and integrate theoretical, computational and experimental methods and tools to address key biological questions. We believe that interdisciplinary approaches focusing on quantitative questions at systems level will gain new insights and uncover new principles in biological systems. Our current research areas include: relationship between function and topology in biological networks; design principles in cell cycle regulation; cellular decision-making; cell fate in development and reprogramming; microbial growth, metabolism and response to the environment; cellular oscillation in organs; application of information theory and artificial intelligence in biological systems.