Hiro Kuwahara

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Research Overview

My area of research is broadly in computational systems and synthetic biology. My main research focus is on theoretical understanding of how various uncertainties contribute to the relation between genotypes and phenotypes through the development and the use of quantitative modeling and analysis methods. In particular, I am interested in gaining quantitative insights into how biological functions are emerged from stochastic interactions of molecules, how they might have evolved, and how they can be modified for specific objectives.

Key Research Areas

Computational modeling and analysis; systems and synthetic biology; stochastic processes; control systems; molecular evolution.


Computer Science, Ph.D. , University of Utah


Computer Science, B.S., University of Utah



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