Programs at LSI

The Lewis-Sigler Institute at Princeton University was established with a mandate to create innovative research and teaching programs at the interface of modern biology and the more quantitative sciences. The Institute, housed in the Viñoly-designed Icahn Laboratory, has a diverse, interdisciplinary intellectual environment with a wide range of educational and research opportunities.

World Class Faculty

The institute comprises a multidisciplinary group of scientists and students working at the interface of biology and the more quantitative sciences and computation.  This is meant to include, among others, the fields of genomics, biophysics, computational neurobiology, systems biology, population biology and quantitative genetics, molecular evolution, computational biology, and microbial interactions. 

Faculty Profiles

Research Areas

Performing quantitative experimentation and developing sophisticated theoretical analyses to…

Developing novel computational methods for analyzing genomes.

Determining how genetic variation leads to evolutionary change and the frequency and…

Developing novel experimental methods and approaches that allow large-scale analysis of genes,…

Discovering genetic connections between complex traits and large-scale genomics data through…

Applying modern experimental, computational, and mathematical methods to develop models and…

Developing and applying cutting-edge metabolomics and proteomics methods to better understand…


QCB Seminar with Marisa Bartolomei, University of Pennsylvania
DNA methylation reprogramming in mammals
Carl Icahn Lab 101
QCB Seminar Series
LSI Graduate Colloquium
Gabriel Dolsten (Pritykin Lab), Sebastian Gonzalez La Corte (Datta and Wingreen Labs), and Amanda Sun (Pritykin Lab)
Carl Icahn Lab 101
QCB Grad Student Colloquium