1. Self-organisation of metabolism, via regulation of gene activity and enzyme activity by metabolic intermediates.
2. Maximisation of cellular fitness, by tuning of stress-response, adaptation and cell-growth activities.
3. Adaptive phenotypic diversification of isogenic populations of microorganisms, using single-cell microscopy.
4. Physiology of single cells and its relation to population properties: growth, gene-activity, and cell-to-cell variability.
5. Theory, software, algorithms and mathematical-modelling methods, to support interests 1 to 4: genome-scale modelling, dynamic models of metabolism regulation, statistical biophysics.
6. Experimental methods, bacterial physiology, fluorescence microscopy, single-molecule methods.
My curriculum vitae and contact information can be found here.
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RECENT REVIEW ABOUT OUR MAIN RESEARCH
We recently wrote a perspective, or review, about what the underlying principles of microbial physiology might be. It is the culmination of about a decade of thinking about what makes bacteria tick, so to speak. You can find it here: final version 19022020 FB.