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Qing Nie

  • Chancellor’s Professor of Mathematics and Developmental & Cell Biology, affiliated with the Department of Biomedical Engineering, at the University of California, Irvine.
  • Director of The NSF-Simons Center for Multiscale Cell Fate Research. He works on computational systems biology, cell fates, multiscale biology, and tools for analyzing single-cell RNA-seq data, scientific computing, and computational mathematics.
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  • September  2018 Study of scarless wound healing goes digital with 5-year, $3.3 million NIH grant to Dr. Qing Nie, Xing Dai, and Maksim Plikus.  UCI news press.
  • June 2018    Congratulations to postdoctoral fellow Adam MacLean for accepting a tenure-track assistant professor position at Computational Biology Group in the Department of Biology at University of Southern California
  • May 2018    The NSF-Simons Center for Multiscale Cell Fate Research is awarded jointly by NSF and The Simons Foundation with $10M grants: NSF-Simons announcement and UCI news press.
  • May 2018    Congratulations to postdoctoral fellow Qixuan Wang for accepting a tenure-track assistant professor position at Department of Mathematics at University of California, Riverside.
  • April 2018   Congratulations to Ph.D student  Chris Rackauckas for joining Applied Math at Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 2019 as an instructor.
  • January 2018     Our first paper on computational tools to analyze single-cell RNA-seq data – ScEpath: energy landscape-based inference of transition probabilities and cellular trajectories from single-cell transcriptomic data – will appear in Bioinformatics. Congratulations to Suoqin and Adam for a job well done!