The Frey Lab develops techniques that use large scale datasets to derive predictive models of how genes and many other genomic features act in combination to produce genetic messages that control cellular activities. We have most recently focused on how organisms use alternative splicing to generate a tremendous level of biological complexity that cannot be explained by gene expression alone (Nature, 2010). The group is led by Brendan J. Frey, who has appointments in Engineering and Medicine. If you are interested in joining the group, click here.
Current Research Highlight
Recipes in our Genomes: Brendan Frey at TEDxToronto