• Associate Professor, Chemical Engineering
Dr. Gregory Reeves

Educational Background

  • Ph.D., Chemical Engineering, Princeton University – 2008
  • B.S., Chemical Engineering, University of Florida – 2002
  • B.S., Mathematics, University of Florida – 2002

Research Interests

    • Systems biology
    • Cell-cell signaling
    • Live cell imaging
    • Transcriptional networks
    • Engineering principles of biology

Awards & Honors

  • 2013 National Science Foundation Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) award
  • 2007 Jane Coffin Childs Memorial Fellowship for Medical research
  • 2006 Ticona Outstanding Teaching Assistant Award
  • 2002 National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship
  • 2001 NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship
  • 2001 SEC Boyd-McWhorter Scholarship

Selected Publications

  • Al Asafen, H.; Bandodkar, P. U.; Carrell-Noel, S.; Schloop, A. E.; Friedman, J. & Reeves, G. T. Robustness of the Dorsal morphogen gradient with respect to morphogen dosage. PLoS computational biology, 2020, 16, e1007750
  • Schloop, A. E.; Bandodkar, P. U. & Reeves, G. T. Formation, interpretation, and regulation of the Drosophila Dorsal/NF-κB gradient. Current Topics in Developmental Biology, 2020, 143-191
  • Bandodkar, P. U.; Al Asafen, H. & Reeves, G. T. Spatiotemporal control of gene expression boundaries using a feedforward loop. Dev Dyn, 2020, 249, 369-382
  • Reeves, G. T. The engineering principles of combining a transcriptional incoherent feedforward loop with negative feedback. Journal of biological engineering, 2019, 13, 62
  • Carrell, S. N.; O'Connell, M. D.; Jacobsen, T.; Pomeroy, A. E.; Hayes, S. M. & Reeves, G. T. A facilitated diffusion mechanism establishes the Drosophila Dorsal gradient. Development, The Company of Biologists, 2017, 144, 4450-4461