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Richard A. Bonneau

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NYU School of Medicine

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NYU Langone Medical Center, a world-class, patient-centered, integrated academic medical center, is one of the nation's premier centers for excellence in clinical care, biomedical research, and medical education. Located in the heart of Manhattan, NYU Langone ... more

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Institute for Systems Biology


Group Leader: Systems Biology

Simons Foundation


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University of Washington

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Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences

Member of the Computer Science Faculty


Education

Department of Biology

New York University


Ph.D.

biochemistry

University of Washington


PhD

New York University


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Study maps life in extreme environments | Baliga Lab at Institute for Systems Biology

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The study's lead authors are New York University Assistant Biology Professor Richard Bonneau, who holds appointments at NYU's Center for Genomics & Systems Biology and the university's Courant Institute for Mathematical Sciences, and Nitin Baliga of the Institute for Systems Biology in Seattle, WA.
"This organism is amazingly versatile and tolerates lots of different extreme environmental stresses," said Bonneau. "It does this by making decisions and dynamically changing the levels of genes and proteins; if it makes incorrect decisions it dies. Our model shows how these decisions get made, how the bug responds." "This is also a good model to explain how, in general, cells make stable decisions as they move through time scales," added Bonneau, who is part of an NYU research group that handled the analysis of this genome. "If you want to understand how cells respond to their environments, the model offers a clearer window than previously existed for this domain of life." The collaboration between Baliga's and Bonneau's research groups represents a type of partnership becoming more essential to biological and biomedical research: biologists and computer scientists teaming up to design experiments and analysis that synergize to decipher living systems, resulting in ever more complex and accurate models of the cell. Bonneau added that by understanding how biological systems function, researchers can then turn their attention to engineering the biosynthesis of biofuels and pharmaceuticals. "We are now gearing up to try this sort of analysis on several other organisms," he noted.


Scientists Model a Genome’s Every Move | Baliga Lab at Institute for Systems Biology

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Richard Bonneau, a professor at NYU who co-authored the paper, noted that the researchers have been able to use these models to predict exactly what happens when they put their bacterium into different types of environments.
"We can take the organism and change the oxygen in its environment to a different level," said Bonneau. Bonneau said that their species of bacteria showed particular promise for bioremediation, which drew Department of Energy funding, because of properties that the microbe evolved in its home environment. "This bug can tolerate salt and it can tolerate radiation," Bonneau said. Bonneau also said that their work should encourage researchers who might be discouraged by the complexity of biological systems. "Yeah, living systems are really complicated, but they are reproducible, they are modular, and they are robust," he said.


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Richard Bonneau, an associate professor in NYU's Department of Biology and a member of the computer science faculty at NYU's Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, and postdoctoral scholar P. Douglas Renfrew also contributed, along with M. Lane Gilchrist, associate professor of chemical engineering at City College of New York and master's degree student Jesse A. Martin, also from City College.


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3:10PM Session 10: More Interesting Science Chats - Chair: Rich Bonneau
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