Professor Michael Q. Zhang holds the Cecil H. and Ida Green Chair of Systems Biology Science. He also serves as director of the Center for Systems Biology. He is considered a leading scientist in computational biology and genomic research. Computational biology bridges the life sciences and quantitative sciences – mathematics, statistics and computer science – to understand living systems. His long-term research goal has been to use mathematical and statistical methods to identify functional elements in eucaryotic genomes, especially the genes and their control and regulatory elements.

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