I am a third year graduate student in the Physics Department at Boston University, working towards my PhD. If you want all the official details about myself, check out my CV.
My research area is statistical physics applied to biology, which falls under theoretical biophysics or systems biology, but my hope is to always work closely with experimentalists. My adviser is Pankaj Mehta and we have several ongoing research projects, I'll keep my research updated here.
In addition to Pankaj, I also spend a fair amount of time talking to other BU professors and their groups. Check out Tim Gardner's, Jim Collin's, and Daniel Segre's labs for other interesting quantitative biology at BU.
I have a Gmail account: alexhunterlang
Otherwise if you are at BU, you can try to find me in the physics department. I live in SCI 314 (Pi room) but like to hang out in other places nearby.
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