Explore research across seven disciplines. Now in its third decade, the LSI is building upon its strong nucleus of a thoroughly modern institute for genomics and systems biology, with its combination of high-throughput technologies, advanced computational analytics, and quantitative modeling, to expand into a wide range of areas including mammalian systems biology, human evolution and population genomics, and the temporal dynamics and quantitative characterization and visualization of conserved cellular processes. Biophysics: Theory and ExperimentPerforming quantitative experimentation and developing sophisticated theoretical analyses to model biological systems. Computational GenomicsDeveloping novel computational methods for analyzing genomes. Evolutionary and Population GenomicsDetermining how genetic variation leads to evolutionary change and the frequency and distribution of genetic variants in a population. Experimental GenomicsDeveloping novel experimental methods and approaches that allow large-scale analysis of genes, regulatory regions, transcripts, and proteins in both bulk samples and single cells. Statistical GenomicsDiscovering genetic connections between complex traits and large-scale genomics data through statistical methods. Systems Biology: Development/AgingApplying modern experimental, computational, and mathematical methods to develop models and better understanding of the development and aging processes. Systems Biology: Metabolomics/ProteomicsDeveloping and applying cutting-edge metabolomics and proteomics methods to better understand complex biological systems.