Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

Marc Griesemer

Postdoctoral Appointment
Biosciences and Biotechnology Division

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Ph.D. Computer Science
University of California, Santa Barbara
M.Sc. Computer Science
University of Washington
B.S. Physics
University of Washington;
B.S. Astronomy
University of Washington;

Research Interests

My interests lie in investigating problems in Computational Biology through modeling and simulation. Past work with yeast models focused on understanding how chaperone interactions affected protein folding (single cells) and prion propagation (spatial colonies). Currently I am working with Ali Navid on metabolic modeling of algae-bacterial interactions to synthesize biofuels.

Honors and Awards

  • NSF IGERT Computational Science Fellowship (2005-2013)

Selected (Recent) Publications

Griesemer, M., Young, C., Robinson, A. S. & Petzold, L. R. (2014). BiP Clustering Facilitates Protein Folding in the Endoplasmic Reticulum. PLoS Comput. Biol. 10(7): e1003675.

Griesemer, M., Young, C., Robinson, A. & Petzold, L. (2012). Spatial Localization of Chaperone Distribution in the Endoplasmic Reticulum of Yeast. IET Systems Biology 6(2):54-63.

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