James Collins (Boston University)

James Collins (Boston University)

Rhodes Scholar,
MacArthur Fellow,
NIH Director's Pioneer Award,
Drexel Award,

Lagrange Prize

James J. Collins (June 26, 1965) is an American bioengineer, Professor of Biomedical Engineering at Boston University, and a Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI) Investigator. He is one of the founders of the emerging field of synthetic biology, and a pioneering researcher in systems biology, having made fundamental discoveries regarding the actions of antibiotics and the emergence of antibiotic resistance.

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James Collins (Boston University) - Work
... Collinshas pioneered the development and use of nonlinear dynamical approaches to study,mimic and improve biological function,and helped to transform biology into an ... His current research interests include synthetic biology modeling,designing and constructing synthetic gene networks,and systems biology reverse engineering naturally occurring gene ... Collinshas invented a number of novel devices and techniques,including vibrating insoles for enhancing balance,a prokaryotic riboregulator,bistable genetic toggle switches for biotechnology and bioenergy ...

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