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Christopher Henry’s primary research is in the field of computational biology with a focus on the prediction of phenotype from genome through the use of comparative genomics, metabolic modeling, and dynamic cellular community models.
Dr Babnigg is interested in how biological systems work at the cellular, sub-cellular, and molecular level. More specifically, he is interested in signaling networks in eukaryotic and microbial systems.
The long-term goal of the Argonne Wetland Hydrobiogeochemistry Scientific Focus Area is to develop a mechanistic understanding and ability to model the coupled hydrological, geochemical, and biological processes controlling water quality in wetlands.