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Robyn Kaake is a postdoctoral scholar in the Krogan laboratory.
The Krogan laboratory focuses on high-throughput network biology to derive mechanistic insights into cellular processes and disease conditions, with a particular emphasis on pathogenesis, cancer, psychiatric disorders, and heart disease.
The Krogan research group develops and uses tools, such as genetic “maps,” to explore the inner workings of cells, including the multitude of proteins and genes and their relationships to each other. In addition, they use these tools to understand how infectious diseases, including HIV, tuberculosis and dengue, change the functioning of the cells they infect to replicate and spread.